Public Art

Public art has the power to energize public spaces, promote thinking and debate, and celebrate an area’s past, present or future. It transforms the places we work, live and play into more welcoming and beautiful settings. Guided by the Community Plan For Public Art (PDF), public art can be permanent or temporary, and come from many sources (municipal, developer, neighbourhood). Recent projects:

Noel Brown, Welcome Pole for Maffeo Sutton park, 2021 Welcome Pole
Maffeo Sutton Park
X̌e’x̌e‘ Sq̒upástul u tu T̒hewum Qa’ ‘i’ K̒wat̒lkwa, Sacred Gathering of the Freshwater and Saltwater (human figure) X̌e’x̌e‘ Sq̒upástul u tu T̒hewum Qa’ ‘i’ K̒wat̒lkwa

Sacred Gathering of the Freshwater and Saltwater
Beban Park Pool

Joel Good_Eagle Xyunumus
Harewood Skatepark
moth colouring page Bowen Creatures
Bowen Park Complex

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Culture & Events 250-755-4483

Last updated: October 29, 2021

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