Unique People Promise

We develop creative engagement programs, place making projects and community events. We specialise in murals, street art, graffiti, and music to bring people together and foster a powerful sense of community, belonging and joy.

About UP&UP

who we are

Here at UP&UP we work with schools, youth groups, local councils, government and non-government organisations, businesses and community groups to build wellness, focusing on accessible, inclusive programs that can be adapted to meet your needs.

Research has shown the transformative power of creative projects. Reducing stress and anxiety, building social connection, and fostering educational and personal development, creative projects, and collaborative arts such as mural painting and Hip Hop workshops benefit participants in a range of ways.

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With extensive experience in community development, education and the arts, we bring an informed and compassionate approach to our work. Our priority to is to help you and your community connect, explore and grow.

We work alongside individuals, organisations and communities to create public art and events that promote a sense of belonging, pride and teamwork.

UP&UP Graffiti and Street Art Workshops and Mural Programs create a fun, safe and inspiring space for people to express themselves, share ideas, and develop greater social connection.

UP&UP Hip Hop music workshops and programs provide a positive and healthy way to connect with young people and encourage their self-expression, confidence, and wellbeing.

We work with clients to design and produce eye-catching murals for a wide range of spaces, including schools, homes, offices, parks, cafés, and other venues.

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Team UP&UP acknowledge the Aboriginal custodians of the land in the region where we live and work, the Awabakal, Worimi, Wonnarua and Darkinung peoples. We acknowledge the Elders, past, present and emerging, and Country itself.