Wilson Parking Australia unveils a new Indigenous mural in support of First People’s Health and Wellbeing Clinic
Wilson Parking is proud to be an ongoing partner of First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing Clinic who, along with Frankston City Council commissioned an artistic mural from renowned Street Artist, Adnate.
Artist Matt Adnate’s work promotes awareness of indigenous inequities which continue to exist in our society. His large-scale murals located around Australia and the world, create a statement of reclaiming the land that was always theirs. He endeavours to capture the stories and emotions of each subject he paints, encouraging the audience to feel through their own experience.
David Nethercote, Regional GM for Wilson Parking in Victoria comments on the opportunity that collaborations such as these bring, “We are proud to work alongside First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing Clinic, to not only improve the overall presentation of the car park, but to be able to do it in a way that supports local indigenous artists and provide a canvas to share the stories told through their art”.
Featured as part of the Frankston Big Picture Fest which ran from 19 – 22 March 2022, this is the second mural supported by Wilson Parking at the 7 Station Street car park in collaboration with the First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing Clinic. In December last year, artist N’Dene Riley painted a mural at the car park which portrays the connection to the land and sea.
You can find out more about the artwork by Adnate by visiting www.Adnate.com.au