Active Layers, 2019.

Northshore waterfront activation strategy includes activities designed to facilitate, attract and retain visitation. Within Northshore’s Waterfront Activation Precinct, sits Eat Street Northshore, a great place to mingle, browse, meet friends and absorb the sights, sounds and aromas as the sunsets over the river and city skyline.

Working closely with Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) and the Queensland State Government QCA developed this public art opportunity for students and emerging artists at Eat Street Northshore. Through an EOI process, Visual Art students Adrian Charles Smith and Kathleen O’Hagan were selected by EDQ to develop artwork designs. QCA LiveArt worked closely with Adrian and Kathleen to conduct community engagement activities, develop artwork designs, and install a suite of painted artworks across twenty-four concrete blocks at Eat Street.