Photography provided by Ali Mousawi and Rebecca Levy

Since our launch in January 2017, we have led the way in participatory public art initiatives in Greater Western Sydney. Our effort to increase the visibility of the arts as a mechanism of positive change has seen us tackle complex and politically charged issues that we face as a global community. We have been at the forefront of the artivist movement in Australia and continue to deliver powerful art with purpose. 



Our vision is to create public art with purpose, in Australia, and around the world. In particular to create works that address the social, political, cultural and environmental issues we face as a global community. In doing so, we hope to provide more opportunities for artivists to positively impact society, and to inspire and nurture the next generation of artivists.  

Artivism                                                                                                                                                    {ar-tuh-vi-sm}                                       

Noun                                                                                                                                                       1. harnessing the power of creativity to bring about political, cultural or social change. A marrying of art and activism. 

[Muralisto] emerged from their desire to use public art to break down social barriers... In a time where politicians and the media are focused on disharmony and distrust it is a unique concept.
— Alexandra Kent, The Ladies Network


  • To nurture and inspire the next generation of risk-takers and artivists

  • To amplify the voice of young people in Australia and around the world through art and creative expression

  • To empower the individual & collective voice of those in marginalised communities

  • To mobilise social change through the power of art in shared, public space
  • To cultivate diverse opportunities for artists to develop and grow in Greater Western Sydney and wider Australia

  • To diversify the public art landscape in Greater Western Sydney and Australia
  • To create more opportunities for artists and diverse communities to shape our future

  • To encourage inclusion and equality, celebrate diversity and humanity