Corporate clients engage Positive Solutions for our ability to inspire imagination and creativity through our visual arts projects.
Bates Smart, Melbourne
site specific 12 metre high permanent art installation by Peter
Hennessey in the glass vitrine foyer of the Mercer Recruitment building
in Exhibition Street, Melbourne.
Clayton Utz Lawyers, Brisbane A creative corporate initiative between Positive Solutions and law firm Clayton Utz resulted in the LAUNCH Clayton Utz Travelling Art Scholarship, a $10,000 scholarship is awarded to a promising Queensland visual artists to undertake travel within Australia or overseas for formal study, a residency or a planned program with a professional artist or mentor, or informal study for a planned research project.
LAUNCH Catalogue 2009
LAUNCH Catalogue December 2008
LAUNCH Catalogue June 2008
Gadens Lawyers, Brisbane
An extensive art collection spanning 30 years of Queensland artists and contemporary photographers, a quarterly foyer art installation, a bi annual in-house artist in residence program and exhibition and an art exhibition and catalogue for their annual client function.
Gadens Top Ten Catalogue 2007
Gadens Top Ten Catalogue 2006
Gadens Top Ten Catalogue 2005
South Bank CorporationPositive Solutions designed a public art strategy and policy document to encourage a rational approach to public art within the Corporation's area in South Brisbane, including the South Bank Parklands.
Tabcorp Holdings Limited
Assisting in its bidding for the development of the Singapore Integrated Resort, to include several cultural components, most feasibly gallery space and related facilities.
identified ways of strengthening TOGA’s relationship with the local
community in Darwin through the implementation of an annual art award
TOGART and a commissioning model for art during Stage One of Darwin
Waterfront Redevelopment Project.
UrbisPositive Solutions worked with planning and design firm Urbis to provide public art curatorial and project management services for the Chinatown Mall Redevelopment in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley.