Metro Tunnel Creative Program
The Metro Tunnel Creative Program runs free activities, events and public art exhibitions to enhance Melbourne city life during construction of the Metro Tunnel.
Western tunnel entrance legacy artwork unveiled
Artist Stephen Banham drew on stories from the local community to design an artwork for the 300 metre-long flood wall next to the Metro Tunnel western entrance.
One Day in our Park playfully celebrates the Kensington community's experiences and memories of the adjacent JJ Holland Park.
Find out more about the artwork.
About the program
Find out more about the Metro Tunnel Creative program, including its objectives and themes, and frequently asked questions.
Art of Rail newsletter
The Artist Pool is a database from which we select artists for temporary art opportunities, interpretation pieces and activations.
The Metro Tunnel Legacy Artwork Program will provide world-class public art experiences for visitors and users of the Metro Tunnel.
Public art opportunity for First Nations sculptorsVictorian First Nations artists are invited to submit their concept for a permanent sculptural artwork at the Metro Tunnel's eastern entrance in South Yarra. Learn more about this opportunity.
As well as providing temporary placemaking activities such as pop-up parks and vibrant artworks on construction hoardings, the Creative Program partners with creative practitioners and cultural organisations to interpret the project in artistic and innovative ways.
Explore our cultural programming initiatives.