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The shutdown of The Street with the City West precinct, reduced to an urban desert during the COVID pandemic, was devastating. The emptiness, devoid of people, expressed our loss and state of crisis.

The Street in partnership with City Renewal Authority has commissioned internationally acclaimed Canberra-grown artist Luke Cornish (E.L.K) to examine and respond that shared experience. To create for a public environment a street art project expressing the journey of theatre over this time of global uncertainty and to go to the core of what connects us as humans.

Look out for more news about this project being updated on the prezi regularly!

Read more:

Our Canberra

Street Theatre gets a new view from the street - Our Canberra (act.gov.au)

Riot ACT

City West mural makes a big statement on the pandemic | The RiotACT (the-riotact.com)

Canberra Times

The Street and Luke Cornish, aka ELK, capture COVID experience in mural | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

Niffty Lift

Artist uses Asset's HR21 to create Canberra mural - NiftyLift

Australian Online News

City West mural makes a big statement on the pandemic

City News

Artsday / Luke's art confronts power and extremism | Canberra CityNews

Yorick image takes shape on the wall | Canberra CityNews

'Yorick' mural gets the public tick of approval - Canberra CityNews

Insight Lab

E.L.K // Canberra Street Theatre - inSIGHT Lab

 

Lend an Ear:

Living Arts Canberra

https://www.livingartscanberra.com.au/luke-cornish-together-alone/

 

Alternate link if presentation is not working: https://prezi.com/view/3ykHDPu22bZmVjImrZ6v/

This presentation is best viewed on desktop. 

 

 

 

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

Directions & Map

Monday - Friday

10am - 1pm

 

Also opens

1.5 hours prior

to performance.

 

02 6247 1223
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