‘Reclaiming Sturt River’ is an arts and environmental project.
The project explores the social, cultural and environmental significance of the Sturt River as it winds its way from Warriparinga, through Marion Historic Village, onto Oaklands Estate and further to Morphett Road.
Small sculptures will be produced along the Sturt River Linear Park expressing community ideas about the river, its stories and environmental importance. The arts can help us to express stories of local identity and help us express how we feel about some of the big issues facing our world. These artworks will reflect our local community and highlight our places and the environment in an engaging and exciting way.
We would like to hear from you.
How do you use the Sturt River Linear Park, what does it mean to you and what stories do you have about the river and its surrounds?