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Arts and culture

Art collection

The Town of Mosman Park has a collection of over 80 diverse artworks and photographs that form a rich cultural resource of the Town. The collection spans over nine decades, with representations from well-known West Australian artists like the late Robert Juniper, D’hange Yammanee, David Jay Reed, Mary-Jane Malet and Marshall Clifton.  The focus of the art collection is to document, preserve, acquire and display artworks that reflect and respond to Mosman Park’s history, identify and character.

Individuals interested in viewing the art collection in person may request a tour from the Community Enrichment Team on 9383 6600 or by emailing An appointment is required.

Public art

The Town of Mosman Park believes that public art plays an important role in the everyday lives of residents, as it can enhance and complement their environments, bring communities together, offer social and educational opportunities and promote tourism.

Choosing the right location, type and narrative for the artwork is essential in determining whether a piece will be appropriate, effective and well-received by the community. As such, the Town of Mosman Park developed a Public Art Policy and Strategy that provides the Town a planned and considered approach to its procurement and placement of public art within its local government boundaries.

 To view the interactive web map of the Town’s public art installations, click here

Any enquiries regarding public art that already exists within the Town and possible public art projects should be directed to the Community Development Team on 9383 6600 or email