Esperance Indoor Sports Stadium Mural

The new Esperance Indoor Sports Stadium is a $7.8 million facility, a major construction program developed as part of the Greater Sports Ground Redevelopment. Completed in July 2020, the New Esperance Indoor Stadium is now open and enjoyed by the community. The Shire wanted to enhance the community asset by developing a mural on the building exterior. Apparatus was engaged to develop a curatorial plan, undertake stakeholder consultation, procurement and project management.

The Esperance Indoor Sports Stadium Mural project was developed to provide the Esperance community with an opportunity to work together with an artist to achieve a outcome that provides visitors to the Sports Stadium with a source of pride, and a sense of playfulness. In order to capitalise on the project and ensure there was significant community engagement, Apparatus applied for an received grants from the DLGSC anad regioanl Arts WA on behalf of the Shire of Esperance.

The applications indicated that the mural project would be a community engagement, community arts and cultural development exercise, including partnerships with local arts organisations, the Cannery Arts Centre & Esperance Community Arts, and facilitated by a young, experienced and talented, regional artist – George Domahidy. George delivered talks at the Indoor Sports Stadium and at a number of local schools inviting students to participate in design workshops at the Cannery Arts Centre and undertook Community Participatory Sessions.


  • Expression of local culture.
  • Delivery of an Artwork that improves the amenity of an existing building.
  • Community Engagement and Community Development
  • Workshops and Participatory Painting

Project Details


  • Esperance


  • 2020 - 2021
  • I have been fortunate to work and collaborate with Apparatus on two large scale regional public art projects. Their commitment to excellence and attention to detail ensures each project is carefully considered and the best outcomes achieved. Apparatus are ardent advocates for artists and the vital role art can play in building communities.

  • George Domahidy
  • Artist

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