An initiative of Brisbane City Council

Artforce Brisbane
An initiative of Brisbane City Council

Ekta Agarwal

Spreading Kindness

Carindale Street & Opposite Target Parking Station - Carindale Shops & Outside Carindale Retirement Centre, Carindale QLD
The upside down of the global crisis in 2020 was that despite the mandated physical and social distancing measures, we, as human beings, came together in our homes, streets, neighbourhoods, cities, and nations, through kindness and compassion for one another. When everything seemed to be falling apart, random acts of kindness held us all together. Who can forget random strangers tooting their car horns as they drove past kids celebrating birthdays in isolation; the virtual meet ups to pause, listen and lend support became a thing; school communities who embraced the challenge of home schooling; care packs that were sent to family members, friends and employees who were far away but not forgotten! The very act of practising social distancing to protect yourself and others was an act of kindness too. Members of our beautiful community demonstrated kindness towards one another time and again, and the Agarwal family hopes that through this artwork, we continue to believe in the strength of kindness and continue to spread it far and wide.
Box ID: B0962 (View Map Below)
Additional Participants: Rahul, Aadi and Aayaansh Agarwal
Painted on: May 2021

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You must be a resident of Brisbane ie. living within the Brisbane City Council area.
You must not be an employee of Brisbane City Council.
You must not have painted more than two traffic signal boxes in a four year period and not in consecutive years.

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