Julie Andrew’s atmospheric art is everywhere; you might have seen her work on a Chancery Lane wall, or in a home in Bendigo. She has recently been engaged as the Project Manager for an important and ground-breaking project enlighten – an art projection project embracing and appreciating cultural and religious diversity for the City of Greater Bendigo.
“enlighten is a public art project set to be launched as part of the 2016 Bendigo Festival of Cultures,” Julie explains.
“It will be projected in laneways and on buildings in March, sharing young artist’s exploration of cultural harmony.”
This project is Bendigo’s first multiple site projection artwork. “What I need to get this ambitious project off the ground is a strong culture of collaboration,” Julie says.
“When effective collaboration happens you can make amazing art. Art that goes beyond the individual and grows a culture of making wonderful things happen!”
For the enlighten project Julie is specifically seeking young (15-24years) artists mentors. “I would love for people to volunteer their time to help make this project a success. I am seeking people of any age who want to create a fantastic pool of skills.”
For more information to get involved in ‘Enlighten’ as a young artist or mentor you can contact Julie on 0437 755 575 or Email
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