The City of Greater Dandenong's outdoor LED screen in Harmony Square is one of the highest quality screens of its size in the southern hemisphere. It measures in at nearly eight metres wide and just over 4 metres tall.
The screen runs 24/7, offering a mix of entertainment, education and interactive material, including:
- major sporting events
- films and family movies
- digital and interactive artworks
- news and current affairs
- educational programs and messages
- content created by council and community
- live links to partner sites, including Fed Square.
Check out the schedule below to see what is showing on the screen this week!
How do I get my content on the Urban Screen?
The Urban Screen is a public asset and so wherever possible, we endeavour to make it free and easy for the public to use.
If you’re an artist, content creator, community group or just have content you think would be great for the screen, then complete our Content Submittal Form (Word - 259KB) and email to ScreenBookings@cgd.vic.gov.au. Please make sure your content meets our requirements, as outlined in the form.
If you would like to advertise on the Urban Screen please complete the Advertising Content Submittal Form (Word - 260KB) and email to ScreenBookings@cgd.vic.gov.au.
Any enquiries regarding events using the screen as well should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONNECTING CITIES is a European and worldwide expanding network aiming to build up a connected infrastructure of media facades, urban screens and projection sites to circulate artistic and social content. In opposition to the commercial use of these Urban Screens, the Connecting Cities Network establishes them as platforms on which citizens can exchange – within the city as much as between cities. The City of Greater Dandenong is proud to be part of this initiative. For more information see www.connectingcities.net