Art Walks

These guided art walks offer a unique way of experiencing the Arts. The itineraries are diverse from visiting artist run galleries, back yard studios, public art, workshops and creative spaces to curated walks in site-specific locations. Artists are invited to talk or respond through their practice at each site. Each art walk is one to two hours in duration and offers an opportunity for creative discussion with like-minded individuals. 


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River Sights 1

  • Contain Ya'Self Corner of Bunbury and Maribyrnong Streets Footscray, VIC, 3011 Australia (map)

Artists Riza Manalo, Steven Rhall and Jessica Dubblu respond to three sites along the Maribyrnong River through video work, installation, photography and sound, incorporating migration, indigenous and colonial histories respectively. River Sights is a guided walking evening tour visiting the work of each artist with artist talks. This is part of the River of Lives project which is research conducted by Victoria University and supported by Maribyrnong City Council. River of Lives looks at how community uses the Maribyrnong River. The projections will be powered by Projector Bike

DURATION: 1 hour

FREE BOOKINGS can be made at with subject River Sights 1 and date. 

River Sights has been made possible thanks to Maribyrnong City Council and Victoria University. 

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