Coming Soon: Flinders Quarter Augmented Art Walk
July 17th, 2019 — News
Take a self-guided journey of Flinders Quarter's past, present and future through a convergence of art, augmented reality (AR) and storytelling.
Discover incredible and diverse artworks by local and Australian artists. See their artwork come to life through digital animation and sound on your phone or tablet device via the EyeJack app, free to download for iPhones and Android.
Get a copy of the map from participating Flinders Quarter businesses and Metro Tunnel HQ. Start your augmented art walk through Flinders Quarter's streets, laneways, heritage buildings and local businesses.
The Augmented Art Walk is a business support initiative presented by the Metro Tunnel Project, who are undertaking Melbourne’s biggest rail project since the City Loop was built in the 1970s.
Melbourne will be home to five stunning new landmarks when the five underground stations for the Metro Tunnel opens in 2025. Specific to the Flinders Quarter is the new Town Hall Station.
For a very Melbourne day out -
On your Augmented Art Walk, why not check out our friends and City Precinct members at Clementines,Bared and soleDevotion? Follow this with a coffee or wine break at Journal before exploring the Nicholas Building, home to Laneway Learning, Stephen McLaughlan Gallery, Serena Lindeman Millinery, Suzi Zutic Jewels, Esther Weinberg Jewellery and Art Aviso.
The Flinders Quarter Augmented Art Walk will take place from the 14th of August 2019 until the 14th of September 2019.