SeeSawSeat: A New Artwork for Sunset Park
Please join us in celebrating the installation of SeeSawSeat , a public artwork by Germaine Koh crossing a bus bench with a teeter-totter. Waiting for the bus is transformed from a passive pause into a playful activity.
The artwork was commissioned by the City of Vancouver Public Art Program in partnership with TransLink. The artist has recently been named Artist-in-Residence with the City’s Engineering Services.
JOIN US [Free Event]
- Wednesday, April 4th, 4 – 6 pm
- Sunset Community Centre, 6819 Main Street, Multipurpose Room
Learn more about the artwork: Germaine Koh – SeeSawSeat – Fact Sheet
About the City of Vancouver’s Public Art Program
The City of Vancouver’s Public Art Program commissions and maintains a world-class collection of contemporary artworks that contribute to the unique experience of Vancouver for residents and visitors; it works with talented emerging and established artists in new and traditional media and pursues excellence in art making and commissioning practices for civic initiatives and through private-sector rezonings. Find out more at vancouver.ca/publicart or through firstname.lastname@example.org.