SCAPE Public Art downloadable app


This is a time to stay close to home, but you may see some of SCAPE Public Art's works when you are out about on a short walk or cycling locally (adhering to the lockdown regulations), and you may want to learn more about them from home.

SCAPE Public Art installs free-to-view contemporary public art in Ōtautahi Christchurch city. Their offices are based at The Arts Centre.

This app works as a navigational tool for the Christchurch people to be excited, engaged and stimulated by the contemporary public art that is well regarded and known by the national and international art world.

You can read about their artworks, including the ones located onsite at The Arts Centre, on their free downloadable App, available at Google Play and the App Store.

Details of image courtesy of Trish Clark Gallery, Sculpture on the Gulf and SCAPE Public Art. Photo by Heather Milne.

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