Welcome to the Deakin University Sculpture Walk. The numbers are for you to identify the sculptures: you don’t have to follow the walk sequentially, just jump in at any point!
The sculptures form a part of Deakin University’s Art Collection. Be sure to visit the Art Gallery at the Burwood campus to see more of the collection or our latest exhibition.
Text written by Ken Scarlett OAM.
Photo credit: Vanja Radisic, Public and Academic Programs Officer.
Narrated by Leanne Willis, Senior Manager, Art Collection and Galleries.
Recorded and edited by Vanja Radisic, Public and Academic Programs Officer.
|Deakin University Art Collection, Waurn Ponds Estate Collection en||8.7km||site_izi|
|Highton and Fyansford – Significance and what it leaves out en||4.6km||site_izi|
|Geelong’s Wool Industry then & now; Its impact on Geelong’s built heritage en||0.2km||site_izi|
|State Government Offices||0.6km||site_brutalism|
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