Temporary Public Art Program
Each year, artists are invited to submit proposals for temporary public art. Submissions are reviewed by a selection committee, and successful artworks are installed in City parks and public spaces for one year.
How to submit your temporary public art proposal
We are no longer accepting applications for 2019. The call for proposals is issued through Bid Opportunities, so check back often.
In 2019, nine new pieces of temporary public art were installed in City parks and spaces as part of our Temporary Public Art Program. The new artworks were installed in May of 2019 as part of Public Art Week. View the City's Public Art Inventory for more information.
OUT FROM OUT WHERE - Bryan Faubert
SPRING - Clasina Van Bemmel
THE RAVEN'S KEY - Fred Dobbs
OCEAN IN MOTION - Fred Dobbs
THE CONVERSATION BENCH - Samuel Camp
TRANSITIONS - Angellos Glaros
IMPERMANENCE - Maije Lavergne
THE NANAIMO LEAP PROJECT - Marc Walter
FISH WHEEL - Trinita Waller