The Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme Commission
|Location||Mersey Community Hospital, Latrobe|
|Artwork||Artwork for the helipad pillars|
|Artwork budget||$28 800 + GST|
Applications are sought from visual artists to design artwork for the pillars supporting the helipad located at the front entrance of the hospital. The commission is for artwork that would enliven the area under the helipad and make it a more inviting space.
The new helipad has created a space underneath that is sheltered from the sun and rain. Staff and patients have been using this space to sit, socialise and eat their lunch. The helipad is made of concrete and has eight concrete pillars supporting the structure. The number of pillars that could support artwork will be determined by the artist’s design, the materials selected and the costs involved.
Tasmanian Aboriginal artists or a collaborative team including a Tasmanian Aboriginal artist, are encouraged to apply.
This commission is open to Tasmanian artists only.
- Artist's brief - Mersey Community Hospital - PDF
- Site images - Mersey Community Hospital - PDF
- Site plans - Mersey Community Hospital - PDF
- Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme Artists' Handbook - PDF
Submissions and enquiries
Applications are submitted through the online application system SmartyGrants. Applicants will need to register or log in to SmartyGrants before starting their application.
If you have any questions about this commission please contact Catherine Wolfhagen on (03) 6777 2791 or email@example.com
Applications close Monday, 8 June 2020.