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All the creative things in Hobart

HOBART street art has been captured in a new walking brochure available from the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre and Brooke Street Pier.

The urban art walls brochure includes a map and photos of all of the City of Hobart commissioned art walls, as well as artist explanations about the works.

There are now 13 art walls in and around the city centre, with more to come next year.

The brochure complements the existing Sculpture Trail brochure, which you can use to tour the nine numerical sculptures from Marieville to Castray Esplanades in Battery Point, as well as the Creative Hobart brochure that comes out twice a year and lists upcoming events, performances and activities.

Caption: The urban art wall located on Elizabeth Street. Photo credit: Alastair Bett.

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