News Feature

July 2017

Crema Constructions is bringing a unique aspect to the cranes in Melbourne’s skyline with ‘Gallery in the Sky’, an initiative to promote budding artists and their chosen charity through exhibiting a piece of their work at high profile construction sites.

Crema’s third artwork installation in this program features Life in the Ocean, an artwork by indigenous artist Ray Traplin, and was installed at ‘Fabric’, a 39-level hotel and serviced apartment tower currently under construction at 399 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

This year’s selected charity, The Torch, is a not for profit organisation, which through its Indigenous Arts in Prisons and Community Program, provides art, cultural and arts vocational support to Indigenous offenders and ex offenders in Victoria. Providing prisoners a way of expressing themselves through art, and helping build the skills and confidence to ease their path back into the community. Central to the program is cultural learning, strengthening, expression and sharing.

Stay tuned on Instagram for construction progress photos at 399 Little Lonsdale Street – @cremaconstructions

View Content
Back to top