City of Vancouver Issues Call for Murals and Digital Printed Artwork

Image: City of Vancouver.

Image: City of Vancouver.

The following is excerpted from a call issued by the City of Vancouver.

The City of Vancouver is inviting proposals for temporary painted murals and digital printed artwork to be installed in the public realm.

As part of reconciliation and cultural redress, these three artist calls aim to celebrate the creativity of our rich and varied cultural communities.

Artists will be evaluated by an external 3-5 member panel of local artists and art professionals with a connection to each respective community.

A connection to Vancouver’s Chinatown, the Black Canadian community, or the Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and/or urban Indigenous community is required to apply for the commissions relating to those communities.

For more information, click here.

Application Deadline

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 4:00 pm

Contacts

Hogan’s Alley Artist Call
Anna Marie Repstock
Mural Program Coordinator, Integrated Graffiti Management, Street Activities
Engineering Services, City of Vancouver
604-673-8059 
annamarie.repstock@vancouver.ca

Chinatown Artist Call
Chris Son, 손 창 우 (孫昌佑) 
Planning Assistant, Integrated Graffiti Management, Street Activities
Engineering Services, City of Vancouver
604-829-9423
christopher.son@vancouver.ca

Indigenous Artist Call
David Lewis 
Team Lead, Integrated Graffiti Management, Street Activities
Engineering Services, City of Vancouver
604-873-7091 
david.lewis@vancouver.ca

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