Image credit: birds on a branch by Jacqueline Metz & Nancy Chew
A draft public art plan was developed and presented to Council in 2018 and referred back to staff and the Public Art Advisory Committee for further consideration and development.
In 2022 a revised Public Art Policy was approved by Council reflecting the City’s commitments to equity, reconciliation and social justice. From this, it was determined that it was the right time to re-engage with the development of the plan and build a Public Art Program that is intentional, respectful and inclusive for the coming years.
At the end of 2022, a team led by AARTPLACE in collaboration with SUMO Project and an Engagement and Indigenous Advisor was selected to lead the development of the Public Art Plan.
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