The Positive pARTnerships Program aims to work with community groups, local schools, and other stakeholders to jointly produce high quality public artwork and instil community pride in rail infrastructure.
To date, the Positive pARTnerships Program has delivered 100 projects which cover approximately 20,000 square meters across the Queensland Rail Citytrain network. This includes station buildings, subways, bike lockers, car park banners, ramps, and lift wells.
This cycling themed mural to stand as a tribute to Les Karayan who lost his life at this site in 2013 while cycling through the underpass. The mural features Les riding with friends and his family cheering on.
Art work designed and painted by Dan Brock.
In line with a platform upgrade at Milton Station a contemporary geometric artwork has been installed by Ian McCallum
Artwork designed and painted by Ian McCallum.
Recently completed in the car park at Nundah Station, this project was a collaborative piece with support from Brisbane City Council and youth organisation Head Space.
Artwork designed and painted by Simon Degroot and Dan Brock.
Situated on Logan Road at the Buranda rail overpass this mural connects the indigenous word ‘Buranda’ which means ‘Forest Oak’, to a modern interpretation in a contemporary mural. Made in conjunction with Ipswich State High School Flexible Learning Centre and Brisbane City Council
Artwork and Design by Josie Prestipino, Jordan Bruce and Joel Fergie.