Help shape our Art and Cultural Heritage Strategy
The City of Port Phillip provides a range of art and cultural heritage services. To ensure we're meeting the expectations of our community, we want your feedback on your experience of art and cultural heritage services in our City.
A strategy for our art and cultural heritage services will capture the community's vision for the future of these services and identify the actions to achieve this.
About the Port Phillip City Collection
Comprising contemporary and historic art, heritage furniture, photographs, memorials and monuments, public art and civic material, the PPCC tells stories of the history of the municipality, its cultural identity, its artistic legacy and contemporary practice.
It recognises the people and places which contribute to the City of Port Phillip's heritage and unique character. Council acknowledges the significant Indigenous identity, past and present, of the area now comprising the City of Port Phillip in numerous ways, one of which is through collection of contemporary art.
There are two main collection themes - Art and Heritage, with a number of sub-collections - Public Art, Memorials and Monuments and Corporate Collection.
Ways to join the conversation
You can join the conversation by:
- Completing the survey below, between 20 February and 31 March.
- Chatting to us in person at a community pop-up (see dates and locations listed on the right).
There will be a further opportunity in July - August for you to provide feedback on the draft Strategy, once it has been developed.