The Singleton of tomorrow will be a thriving centre of innovation and sustainability with strong family values, according to locals participating in Singleton Council’s Shadowgram laneway activation.
More than 200 people have taken part in the cutting-edge social brainstorming activity to date, despite major storms and flooding affecting session times over the past fortnight.
Shadowgram is the latest activity in council’s Living Laneways program.
Funded by a NSW Government Streets as Shared Spaces grant, Shadowgram sees people paste a cut out of their silhouette on a wall alongside a thought bubble about where they see Singleton of tomorrow.
The result is a large, public artwork encapsulating the community’s vision for the…