Singleton artist Sally Hinchcliffe and St Catherine’s Catholic College year 12 graduate Altheya Agena traced the outlines for a 15m mural to active this important laneway off John Street earlier this week and Sally has commenced the painting.
The mural is the first of five laneway activations in Singleton to reconnect our community to local businesses and bring identity to our public spaces.
You can witness Sally and Altheya live in action over the next couple of weeks, with more laneway activations planned for our town centre next year prior to the opening of our Arts + Culture Centre in Townhead Park in September.
The Living Laneways project is funded by the NSW Government Streets as Shared Spaces grant program.
For more information please contact Christopher Saunders, Singleton Council via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image: Sally Hinchcliffe, courtesy of Christopher Saunders, Singleton Council.
Story first appeared on Singleton Facebook page and was used with permission.