Gundagai Street Art - Nitsua & Mulga

 What do Nitsua & Mulga have in common?


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Other than being awesome artists? They've both painted murals at the Gundagai High School!

I went on a Monday afternoon and assumed it was the school holidays as it was lunchtime, there were no cars in the parking lot and the rooms were quiet. I'm curious now, after checking my dates, it was suppose to be the first day back for Term 4. Covid delay maybe? Either way the gates were wide open and quite jumpable if they're not. A few sneaky photos will snag you two murals by two amazing artists. 

The first mural is from Nitsua in 2020. With the help of some students a Rainbow Bee Eater was painted on an already installed board and is every bit as vibrant as the picture suggests.

The second mural and the detailed pictures below are from Mulga. Mulgas mural was painted a month before Nitsua. I love that he created a tid-bit for the Dog on the Tuckerbox (last picture)

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  1. This are so cool, I always want to check out cool art painted at schools but always nervous of getting caught taking photos, I deffo want to check this out good you could get some cool photos too.

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    1. I see it as passive entry. If someone gives you the opportunity to enter the premise, be cheeky and seize the day.
      It takes three verbal 'get off my property' requests for the person to be able to physically touch you to remove you from the property other wise it's assault.

      I've only ever been told to leave once, which was during Covid and in Bondi. No parents will allowed in the premise and they assumed I was there to pick up my kid so I just played dumb. By the time the teacher got to me I already had my photo.

      Getting a bit miffed with the amount of schools getting murals and have proper fencing. Haha, sometimes I get lucky and it faces the fence I'm stuck behind and my big lens can capture but it's rare. These are the sorts of schools you need to ring and ask for permission so someone can supervise your shoot. EW

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