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Basketball Court Art – E O I

Calling all First Nations artists, creatives
and local youth.

Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council, Griffith City Council and Argyle Housing are inviting First Nations artists, creatives and local youth to lead and create an artwork that will be installed on a 28m x 15m basketball court within the new green space of Griffin Green on Wiradjuri Country!

This art project aims to bring community together. Its a great way for the  local Aboriginal community to express their culture and share it with their community.  This art project will create new memories and be enjoyed by everyone for years to come.

The  artwork must represent Griffith’s youth, it’s people, community and Wiradjuri Country.

So, no matter where your art skill is at, we are interested in hearing from you! This project is facilitated in a way to engage and mentor young people in the design and delivery of the art installation on the basketball court so if this is something you’d like to be a part of please express your interest.

Need some inspiration?
Take a look at what is possible.

Credit: Art Court 107 – Chauncey Billups- Denver.  Art by @omymarley

Check out more amazing artworks captured by court.hunter on Instagram

Ok, I am interested.  How do I apply?

Simply pull together your application.  Make sure to include why you would like to be involved in this project.

  • If you are an established artist. Present us with an example of your work along with a brief overview of it’s meaning.
  • If you are interested in art and this project. Tell us why you would like to be involved, your favourite artists and why you like their art.
  • Include how you have a significant connection to Wiradjuri Country and the Griffith Community.

Email your application to the Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council:

Important Information.

Download the poster and Terms and Conditions by clicking on the thumbnails below:


The following Terms and Conditions must be considered by artist/s wanting to apply for the Griffin Green Region Youth Investment Program Basketball Court artwork Expression of Interest.

  • The artist/s applying for the Expression of Interest will need to demonstrate significant connections to Wiradjuri Country and the Griffith community.
  • The artist/s will need to show an ongoing relationship with the Griffith community.
  • A group of artists may be selected to create the final artwork.
  • All artist/s involved will understand that they will be part of an ongoing program that is supported by Blank Walls as an educational piece to learn about creating and painting large murals.
  • The artist/s will need to consider their connections to Wiradjuri country and the Griffith community and reflect this within the artwork.
  • Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council will be assessing all Expressions of Interests and will have the final decision on the choice of artist/s.
  • Griffith Local Aboriginal Land Council will also work with the artist/s to ensure cultural connections and meaning of Wiradjuri Country and landscape are being expressed within the development of the artwork.
  • All artist/s will be contacted via email regarding the outcome of the Expression of Interest.
  • The artist/s will need to be available to work on the program throughout September to November 2023.
  • The artist/ group of artists who are selected will receive a monetary gift for their design and time on this project.

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