Art on the street – Hutt Street

Hutt Street

I endeavour to create beauty. I transform atmosphere from dull to outstanding – Jack Fran

We are excited to bring art to the streets this August using our public realm as the canvas and gallery space.

Renowned artist Jack Fran has created tailored artworks specifically for Hutt Street utilising the themes and identity of Hutt Street.

  • Community and village
  • Celebrate heritage
  • Embrace culture and music
  • Connection to green spaces and Park Lands

The artwork will showcase an assembly of graphics, colours, words and phrases designed to express the main street’s unique image and essence.

The project aims to increase public art throughout the city and revitalise the main street as a key destination and attractor for businesses, residents, visitors, and tourists on Hutt Street.

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As part of the SALA festival, five businesses within Hutt Street and surrounds have exhibitions of local artists on display:

The Old Croissant Factory will be hosting LUNA by Artist Hyelee Woo.

Hutt Street Library will be hosting THE CITY LIGHTS, COLOUR BRIGHTS by photographer Emiko Artemis within the gallery area of The Library.

Hutt Street Chicken & Seafood will be hosting EVERY DOG WILL HAVE HIS DAY by Artist Daniel Kean.

The Olivia Hotel will be hosting LOCALS by Photographer Christian Best. 

The SALA Festival was established in 1998 to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia. The aim was—and remains—to extend visual arts audiences, and as an umbrella organisation, we have continued a policy of inclusiveness allowing all South Australian visual artists of any level and working in any medium to be part of our annual SALA Festival every August.