Coober Pedy Aboriginal Mural Project

Melbourne artist & film maker Wayne Tindall recently spent two weeks working for the Stride Foundation to assist in delivering a public space mural painting program for young people in Coober Pedy.

Stride Foundation is a non-profit, non-government organisation working across Australia to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of young people and their communities. Role model and mentoring programs are delivered in some of the most disadvantaged remote, rural and metropolitan areas across Australia. Sport, Art, Music and Environmental Activities are used to re-engage, build resilience and help young people to fulfil their true potential.

After two weeks of hard work the results speak for themselves. The paintings are the result of a collaborative process between all people involved with a ‘hands on’ approach resulting in pride, a sense of self worth and local ownership of the works of art in the Coober Pedy Basketball Courts.

 

Navigation

Featured Posts

Showreel – Creative Services

A video showreel outlining all creative services offered by Wayne Tindall @ Chaotica. Chaotica Showreel 2016-YouTube sharing from wayne tindall on Vimeo.

Chaotica Laneway Project

This project has taken five years and is now complete. I have worked with artists from all over Melbourne to transform a once dirty dark alleyway in Melbourne’s inner East, into a vibrant ‘Art Precinct’ …

Aboriginal Health Campaigns

CLICK PHOTO TO VIEW One of the latest campaigns for Aboriginal communities in Australia. The “SMOKING…ARE YOU KIDDING?”campaign is another major holistic anti smoking campaign, this time for the Gippsland Tobacco Action & Healthy Lifestyle Team …