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Victoria’s progressive street art festival is back for the fourth year

/ 27 Feb 2018

Situated in the High Country, Benalla is home to the Wall to Wall Festival which has cemented itself as a world-class street art festival and has put Benalla on the map as a pioneering leader in street art.

Benalla has become the regional street art capital of the country, with a densely populated outdoor street art gallery of more than 60 iconic public artworks by Australia’s leading street artists, local emerging artists and renowned international artists.

For the fourth year running, the 2018 Festival, held from 6 to 12 March 2018, promises to be the biggest yet with the introduction of a virtual reality component and branching out into two ‘satellite sites’, with both featuring silo art by two world leading street artists. The towns selected are Goorambat and Devenish, both located a short drive from Benalla.

Temporary, inflatable sculptures will also be dotted around the town by Australia’s most revered contemporary street artists,
Anthony Lister. Another exciting element at this year’s Festival is a cutting edge virtual reality street art simulator at the event’s main festival hub, giving viewers a unique first person perspective of what it feels like to be a spray paint artist.

During the festival, visitors can get an insider's look at how different street artists’ work has evolved and the different styles and approaches the individual artists take when creating works and establishing their careers.

101 Bridge Street East, Benalla, Victoria, 3672, +61 (4) 984 99884

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