The Century City Arts Foundation
The Century City Arts Foundation (CCAF), which has Public Benefit Organisation Status, was formed with the aim of making Century City a destination for art. It aims to preserve, foster and communicate the arts in Century City by providing facilities, opportunities, a platform and a forum for both established and aspirant artists across all art genres.
Since its inception, the Century City Arts Foundation has undertaken numerous initiatives, such as art exhibitions, artist showcase events and community involvement projects.
Century City Art Trail
Our permanent exhibition
Our permanent Exhibition, the Century City Art Trail consists of a number of mosaic, painted, architectural and sculptural pieces including Ibis Rising, a mural mosaic on the walls of The Island Club; Family Reunion, a poignant wooden piece carved from a tree trunk; Feather Lane, a series of circular mosaic meditations set in the paving of a lane leading down to Intaka Island; Aonyx, two larger than life Steel Cape Clawless Otter Sculptures erected in the middle of the Grand Canal and many more unique pieces.