"My writing residency at SHAC over the past week has been lovely. I had the time and space to focus on my novel. The spacious studio fills with light and offers a quiet space without interruptions. It was good to engage with the SHAC residents over yoga, a walk in the park and the occasional chat. What a hospitable and friendly bunch of creatives! The ‘sharing’ session on Saturday was a great way to go a bit deeper into the writing project and discuss writing technique among other ways to support a creative practice. Most of all I loved the nearby Booyeembara Park for its diverse landscapes and abundant bird life. Thank you SHAC. Tineke Van Der Eecken
This is part of a three piece public art work carried out by SHAC artists under commission. We worked with Josh Burn Associates to produce bike racks whose design was based on elements of the WGV site, bronze informational plaques carrying historical stories and this street print whose organic native design ties in with the metal screen at the end of Cower Mews.