Public Art Capital Project Highlights 2021

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Public Art - Capital Projects Highlights 2021

Thank you for dropping by. While the active Q&A tool of this project ran April 29 to May 30, 2021, the pages can still be viewed. If you have any questions, contact information is provided in the story map.

To learn about Public Art associated with capital projects, click on the image above or visit the Public Art Story Map (external link.)

Watch this short video (just over 1 minute) for tips on navigating in the map "Getting Started" video (external link.)

Public Art Storymap


Public Art - Capital Projects Highlights 2021

Thank you for dropping by. While the active Q&A tool of this project ran April 29 to May 30, 2021, the pages can still be viewed. If you have any questions, contact information is provided in the story map.

To learn about Public Art associated with capital projects, click on the image above or visit the Public Art Story Map (external link.)

Watch this short video (just over 1 minute) for tips on navigating in the map "Getting Started" video (external link.)

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Ask your question here or contact project leads directly (contact info in the "Story Maps".) Thanks

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    I see you are doing lots of art projects on the water in Richmond -- Steveston/Oval. What about the huge empty swath right in the middle of the city? Broadmoor? South Arm? Thompson? Hugh Boyd? This is where people work and play and go to school. Why can't we have nice things?

    Holly asked 27 days ago

    Thank you for your question. The Public Art projects that are part of the Capital Projects Program are tied to specific capital projects in the areas that they are going to be implemented.

    The Public Art Program has upcoming projects this year as part of the Civic, Community as well as the Private Public Art Programs in other areas of Richmond. We have art works that are going to be installed in East Richmond, Thompson, City Centre, Seafair and Bridgeport areas.

    If you are interested in touring the City’s public art collection, please take a look at the Public Art Registry, where you can research works by area, title or artist name.