Public Art

Mona Foma

Mona Foma is a world reknown international arts festival centering around the remarkable Mona Museum in Hobart. Megafun was engaged to deliver the production and technical services for the inaugral Mona Foma (Museum of New Art – Festival of Music and … Continued


The City of Melbourne’s acclaimed Laneways art programme attracted worldwide attention. For over 4 years the City of Melbourne engaged with artists to activate and animate Melbourne’s laneways, breathing life and interest into sometimes forgotten spaces. Megafun was engaged to … Continued

UCI World Championships

The 2010 UCI Road World Cycling Championships took place in Geelong over 5 days – the first time Australia had held the event. As part of this international event, Geelong staged a cultural programme including a substantial public art element. Megafun … Continued


The FINA swimmimg championships included a substantial cultural programme, including our immersive and dynamic lighting art installation. Calling on our background in theatre lighting design, Megafun delivered a public artwork at Birrarung Marr to complement the other public art that formed … Continued

Comm Games – The Fish

The 72 giant fish sculptures down the Yarra River became the icon of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. If you were in Melbourne in 2006, it is almost certain you will remember “The Fish”. Keith Tucker as Creative Director and … Continued

Scar – A Stolen Vision

The City of Melbourne commissioned eight indigenous artists to create a relocatable permanent public artwork for the city. Initially placed in the city square, the 24 poles that form the work “Scar – A Stolen Vision” are now permanently located … Continued