AFTER eight days of hard work and only a few weather delays, Ben Eyles and a team of 33 young people have completed the CASP-funded What Graffiti? mural project on Jindabyne's Mitre 10 building.
The pop-art inspired piece features hundreds of characters from history, literature, film, and video games. Each series of faces emerged from the imagination of Eyles and local young people, with truly stunning results.
Snowy River Shire Council would like to thank everyone that worked on the project, particularly Ben Eyles and the young people that worked so hard to beautify Jindabyne.
What Graffiti? was funded by a Country Arts Support Program (CASP) grant through Regional Arts New South Wales and Snowy River Shire Council, and through the generous donation of 48 litres of Wattyl Solarguard by Wattyl in conjunction with Jindabyne Mitre 10.
For more information on this exciting and successful project, please contact Snowy River Shire Council's Youth Health and Development Worker Meghan Quinn on 6451 1506 or Meghan.Quinn@snowyriver.nsw.gov.au.