Coker Park State Graffiti Fund Grant: Mural Project

The City of Canning recently received State Graffiti Funding to work with young people at Cannington Community College to design and paint a mural on the adjoining Coker Park recreational facility.

The park adjoins and is used by both the Cannington Community College and Sevenoaks Senior College and a range of sporting clubs as well as the general community.

The City has been working with local Perth artist Mel McVee and Year 10 art students of the Cannington Community College to design and paint the mural at Coker Park.

The initiative aims to decrease graffiti incidents at Coker Park and the immediate surrounds.

Throughout the project the City worked with WA Police and the Graffiti Task Force to provide graffiti education to students of the Cannington Community College. Helping to raise awareness around graffiti vandalism and associated consequences, and the difference between graffiti and urban art.

Canning Mayor Paul Ng officially launched the new urban art mural at the Coker Park Sports Pavilion on the 4 December 2018.

This “Your Say” page aims to keep you informed and provides opportunity for you to have your say regarding this project and/or other opportunities for future initiatives.

The City of Canning recently received State Graffiti Funding to work with young people at Cannington Community College to design and paint a mural on the adjoining Coker Park recreational facility.

The park adjoins and is used by both the Cannington Community College and Sevenoaks Senior College and a range of sporting clubs as well as the general community.

The City has been working with local Perth artist Mel McVee and Year 10 art students of the Cannington Community College to design and paint the mural at Coker Park.

The initiative aims to decrease graffiti incidents at Coker Park and the immediate surrounds.

Throughout the project the City worked with WA Police and the Graffiti Task Force to provide graffiti education to students of the Cannington Community College. Helping to raise awareness around graffiti vandalism and associated consequences, and the difference between graffiti and urban art.

Canning Mayor Paul Ng officially launched the new urban art mural at the Coker Park Sports Pavilion on the 4 December 2018.

This “Your Say” page aims to keep you informed and provides opportunity for you to have your say regarding this project and/or other opportunities for future initiatives.

Where would you like to see more anti graffiti murals painted?

9 months

This urban art project aims to decrease graffiti at the Coker Park Sports Pavilion and it’s immediate area.

To gauge the appetite for similar art projects, the City is asking residents to help identify other locations they feel may benefit from future urban art projects.

If you would like to participate simply pick up the pointer and drop on your chosen location.

This urban art project aims to decrease graffiti at the Coker Park Sports Pavilion and it’s immediate area.

To gauge the appetite for similar art projects, the City is asking residents to help identify other locations they feel may benefit from future urban art projects.

If you would like to participate simply pick up the pointer and drop on your chosen location.