Artist Tom Dean populates the public realm with 22 bronze sculptures that explore questions of paradise in the work “Peaceable Kingdom.”
Each year during Culture Days free guided tours are offered of the City of Vancouver’s Public Art collection. 2015 marked the first year of tours in Mandarin and Cantonese.
Artists from Vancouver, BC and the Lower Mainland are invited to respond to the latest call from the City of Vancouver’s Public Art Program.
Two tours! Three languages to choose from! Register by September 21st for your FREE guided tour of Vancouver’s public art.
Learn about the inspiration for this new artwork for Hastings Park
Come on out to #HastingsSportsDay on July 18th to view models and meet the artists of the new artwork coming to Empire Fields and Plateau Park.
The City of Vancouver revealed that its public art project for the Year of Reconciliation was honoured on June 11, 2015 by Americans for the Arts as one of the outstanding projects created in 2014. The prestigious award, granted by the Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network, celebrates the most compelling public artworks produced in…
Elk for c̓əsnaʔəm The City of Vancouver Public Art Program is pleased to announce a new artwork for the Canada Line City Centre Station by artist Dana Claxton. Elk for c̓əsnaʔəm by Dana Claxton, 2015 Vinyl on glass, 2.7 m x 7.5 m Canada Line City Centre Station Commissioned by the City of Vancouver Public…