Artists leave mark on stadium

Putting another lick of paint on the wall of the Forsyth Barr Stadium construction zone on...
Putting another lick of paint on the wall of the Forsyth Barr Stadium construction zone on Saturday are University College deputy master Bob Cochrane (left) and students Morgan Cook (centre) and Jean Wilson. Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Despite being held up by poor weather and the examination period, staff and students from the University College of residence have worked during the past fortnight to create an image of their building on the wall of the Forsyth Barr Stadium construction zone.

University College deputy master Bob Cochrane thought "it was a good project for the students to get involved in".

It is the fourth mural to be painted on the wall, as part of a Keep Dunedin Beautiful initiative.

 

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