Katanning is about to find out firsthand what happens when some of the State’s best artists transform the town’s streetscape throughout November. ‘PUBLIC in Katanning’ is month-long culture and art event delivered in partnership with Western Power and not-for-profit cultural organisation FORM.
PUBLIC in Katanning will showcase extraordinary local talent and international artists who will use walls and transformer boxes as blank ‘green’ canvasses for murals.
Western Power CEO Guy Chalkley said supporting the project was a great example of giving back to the communities where our people live and work, while supporting Katanning’s distinct identity with vibrant artworks.
“We are excited to be involved in PUBLIC in Katanning. It shows Western Power’s involvement beyond the services we provide. Our crews and families live in this community, with many actively involved in developing the project,” said Mr Chalkley.
“The creativity and designs are impressive and we’ll be exciting to see them throughout the community. It’s safe to say we’ll sticking to what we do best, keeping communities safely connected to reliable network power.”