Public Art

  • City of Winnipeg Public Art Policy

    This policy is established to direct the integration of artwork into public spaces and public works projects in the City of Winnipeg, through a well-administered and appropriately funded public art program. Public art reflects the identity of a city, gives voice to community and builds relationships between diverse groups. Public art gives meaning to place by interpreting the social, historical, cultural and natural environment.

  • Eventful City Strategy

    The Eventful City Strategy outlines The City of Calgary’s vision and roadmap for creating a vibrant city which identifies Calgary’s event culture as celebratory, inclusive and innovative. Designed in collaboration with industry and Calgarians, this strategy proactively shapes the future of the creative sector in Calgary, building upon previous successes and identifying areas for improvement and growth.

  • Green Event Planning Guide

    A guide to greening your event.

  • Kingston Public Art Master Plan 2014-2019

    The purpose of the Public Art Master Plan is to systematically assess the City’s current and future needs and provide an illustrative and usable framework to guide its actions over the next five years.

    The Master Plan should provide a road-map for the community—a vision for how public art can enhance public places, architecture, and landscapes—along with a set of policies and processes required for the development of a City of Kingston public art program.

  • Municipal Public Art Policies & Plans: City of Prince George

    The purpose of this policy is to contribute to Prince George as BC’s Northern Arts Capital, to contribute to the excellent quality of life of its citizens and to help develop and enhance social, environmental and economic opportunities by promoting art in public places.

  • Outdoor special event information guide 2024

    This document provides event organizers with everything they need to know regarding hosting special outdoor events on civic property (updated yearly).

  • Public Art Toolkit

    The Public Art Toolkit is intended as a guide when planning a public art program or evaluating an existing one, and contains resources for the management of public art projects. The Public Art Toolkit includes: public art overview; different points of views; details on all phases of completing a public art project/program; links to examples and resources from around the world; detailed case studies and project examples of varying scales; illustrative photos from public art projects; and a compilation of links to key web-based resources. From this valuable resource, communities will gain enhanced knowledge on planning and maintaining public art projects and programs, and will develop better capacity to deliver such projects and programs.

  • Public Art Toolkit (French)

    La trousse à outils sur l’art public est conçue comme un guide pour la planification d’un programme d’art public ou l’évaluation d’un programme existant, et contient des ressources pour la gestion de projets d’art public. La trousse à outils de l’art public présente : une vue d’ensemble de l’art public ; différents points de vue ; des détails sur toutes les phases de la réalisation d’un projet/programme d’art public ; des liens vers des exemples et des ressources du monde entier ; des études de cas détaillées et des exemples de projets à différentes envergures ; des photos démonstratives de projets d’art public ; et une compilation de liens vers des ressources clés disponibles en ligne. Grâce à cette précieuse ressource, les collectivités pourront acquérir de meilleures connaissances sur la planification et l’entretien des projets et programmes d’art public, et développer une meilleure capacité à mettre en œuvre de tels projets et programmes.

  • Special Event Permitting Handbook

    This is an A-Z guide on obtaining special event permits in Vancouver.

  • Strathcona County Public Art Plan 2014–2019

    The Public Art Plan for Strathcona County is based on the belief that public art enhances and helps define a community’s image. Art makes public spaces more welcoming and creates a deeper interaction with our environment — the places where we work, live, shop and seek recreation.