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PUBLIC 2015 will once again bring together compelling creative practitioners to engage and interact with the broader Western Australian community.

Local, interstate and international artists will gather in Perth from 10-19 April 2015 to transform a cluster of distinctive urban villages, before heading into some of Western Australia’s most evocative regional landscapes. Victoria Park, Leederville, Stirling, Fremantle and Perth CBD, the Wheatbelt and the Pilbara will play host to a range of extraordinary artistic talent.

Their presence will transform streets and walls, engaging community participation and triggering discussion and debate.

The festival line-up includes some of the world’s most beloved street artists, and a diverse range of contemporary practitioners who straddle the art gallery and the public realm.

Click here to meet the first round of international artists participating in PUBLIC 2015


A centerpiece of PUBLIC 2015 will be an international symposium exploring the value of creativity in building dynamic places. Speakers include local and international leaders in the arts, architecture, urban planning, technology and philanthropy. They have been invited to share a range of perspectives on the needs of places and communities as they transform and renew.

In addition to the speaker’s sessions, PUBLIC Symposium will include a diverse program of creative labs, master classes and activities to get involved in. Tickets for PUBLIC Symposium will be released early in 2015.

Click here for the first announcement of keynote speakers

Full artist and speaker line up will be announced in February 2015.



FORM is excited to be working with the following sponsors and supporters to bring PUBLIC 2015 to life:
















If you are interested in making an investment in Western Australia’s collective future by becoming a supporter of PUBLIC 2015, please contact:

Lynda Dorrington – | Rebecca Eggleston –



FORM is a not-for-profit cultural organisation that operates at the intersection of artistic excellence and community development. We believe that art is central to life, and that it enables people and communities to imagine, grow, succeed, understand and empathise.

For general inquires on the PUBLIC 2015 program, including artist and volunteer opportunities, please contact or call (08) 9226 2799

For media inquiries, please contact Belinda Madonini – or (08) 9226 2799

Form building a state of creativity