Australia Week Celebrated With Artwork

The Australian High Commission launched a dynamic display of public artwork in Port Moresby today as part of its 2014 Australia Week celebrations.

The artwork, painted on the Andakelka wall opposite Vision City, reflects collaboration between young PNG artists and Australian artist Regan Tamanui.


Tamanui said that it was a privilege to work with young people and pass valuable skills to paint street walls legally, and give hope to youths to explore hidden talents.


The artwork on the walls reflects all works of life and future of the country. The focus of Australia Week this year is on reaching out and connecting with young Papua New Guineans who are the future of this country.


The artwork collaborates with the ‘Keep Port Moresby Colorful’ anti-graffiti campaign.


The Australian High Commission is thankful to the office of the NCD Governor Powes Parkop, Sallyanne Mokis, and the ‘Keep Port Moresby Colourful’ campaign, the Dulux Group, and Theodist for their partnership and efforts towards the Australia Week art project.

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