Lane Cove is home to a number of public art projects including artworks, poetry, artist memorials and temporary displays.
New Streetside Gallery Map
As part of Sunset in the Village Council has put together a map of public artworks throughout the Lane Cove area.
The interactive Streetside Gallery Map includes destinations and descriptions of the artworks to allow you to explore the local area in your own time.
This Summer Council is encouraing residents to take a self-guided route to cycle past some of Lane Cove's public art collection:
Traffic Signal Box Art
Lane Cove's Traffic Signal Box (TSB) Art project is one of
many public art initiatives being implemented as part of the Council’s Public
Art Policy and Implementation Plan. The objective of the TSB Art project is to
use traffic signal boxes as artist canvases to enliven the local streetscape,
provide new opportunities for creative expression and deter graffiti taggers. It
will contribute to a Streetside Gallery of art found out and about in the
streets of Lane Cove.
A total of 10 traffic signal boxes have now been completed across Lane Cove West,
Riverview, Greenwich and Lane Cove. Artist's interested in joining in the next round of painting can find information on Council's Arts and Culture page.
For details of the all traffic signal boxes, including the four latest works completed in October 2015, view the online map (printable map coming soon with updated works and artist information).