MOSAIC is a crowdsourcing photography project and free public exhibition, harnessing the potential of imagery to connect people, places and moments. Every photograph in MOSAIC reveals a personal story and a unique moment in time, forming a collective memory of our life and culture in WA.
MOSAIC 2017 EXHIBITION | 26 OCTOBER - 27 NOVEMBER | CARILLON CITY
Over 300 photos and stories from across Western Australia will be displayed in the heart of the Perth CBD.
On Saturday 23 September 2017, over three hundred Western Australians captured a single photo from their day as part of MOSAIC, a community photography project that captures 24-hours of life in WA. Every image submitted will be showcased in a breathtaking free public exhibition - located in a prominent shopfront near the Hay Street Mall entrance of Carillon City Shopping Centre, right in the middle of the Perth CBD - from Thursday 26 October until Monday 27 November.
Presented by Propel in partnership with the City of Perth, MOSAIC is a truly unique project that explores the collective memory of Western Australians. From Elizabeth Quay to Esperance, Applecross to Albany, each photograph tells an individual story about each of our participants, whilst forming a collective narrative about a day in WA.
HOW TO GET TO THE EXHIBITION
This year's MOSAIC Exhibition will be held inside Carillon City Shopping Centre, right in the middle of Perth's CBD, near the Hay Street Mall entrance. See the below store map for further details.
MOSAIC PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD
You can vote for your favourite MOSAIC photo, either in person at the exhibition or online.
The 2018 MOSAIC People’s Choice Award winner will receive a huge prize pack that includes:
• $200 voucher from Leederville Cameras
• Original art cards & prints from Beau Est Mien Prints and Designs
• One year free membership at The Blue Room Theatre
Voting has officially closed and results will be made public on the Propel Facebook page within the next 24 hours.
MOSAIC 2017 is presented by Propel Youth Arts WA in partnership with the City of Perth, Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, Dexus, Carillon City, and the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival.