PUBLIC Silo Trail - Journey through the Heartland

see the big picture on the public silo trail

Miami-based Evoca1 has been chosen to paint the final mural in FORM and CBH Group’s PUBLIC Silo Trail, happening this August in Pingrup.

The Dominican-born muralist is one America's leading street artists. From Wednesday, 22 August, he'll be turning his hand to one of his biggest canvases yet at Pingrup's CBH silos.

FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is putting regional Western Australia up in lights, bringing world class murals to grain silos, transformer boxes and iconic infrastructure in unexpected towns right across the state.
As part of this trail, story gathering and social documentary project Homegrown Stories will offer a new way of knowing the life and stories of the people behind the state’s regional towns and agricultural networks.

Where will the trail take you? 
Check back often, find out where and what we’ll paint next and discover how the PUBLIC Silo Trail is connecting our regional communities with the world in languages we all understand – art and storytelling.
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Watch the trail unfold by following @formwa and share your photos by tagging #publicsilotrail

See the latest PUBLIC Silo Trail mural in Newdegate. Film by Peacock Visuals :
public silo trail Newdegate by brenton see
Video by Peacock VIsuals, 2018. All photos by Bewley Shaylor, courtesy of FORM, 2018.


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past publics

Curious about what PUBLIC has been up to in the past? Check out FORM's previous work, and watch the beginnings of the PUBLIC Silo Trail in Northam and Ravensthorpe:
PUBLIC Silo Trail - Silo Art in Northam
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our public silo trail partners

Thanks to the Australian Government's Building Better Regions Fund, CBH Group, Western Power and Lotterywest for helping make the PUBLIC Silo Trail possible.