Public Art Celebration
Strike while the iron is hot!Celebrate Strathcona County’s newest public artwork, “Together” and meet the artist-blacksmith, Paul Reimer.
Wednesday, July 10
4 to 7 p.m.
Broadmoor Lake Park
Watch the video of how Together was created:
Calls for artists
There are no calls at this time.
Strathcona County Public Art Plan
Strathcona County Council approved its Public Art Plan in June 2014.
Strathcona County's 2014-2019 Public Art Plan (5.0 MB)
The impact of public art on a community is priceless and once experienced, the value only appreciates. Public art has the power to energize public spaces, encourage creative thought and transform the places we live, work, and play into more welcoming and beautiful environments that invite interaction.
Public art can make strangers talk, children ask questions and calm a hurried life. Public art can enhance the quality of life by encouraging a heightened sense of place and by introducing works of art that can touch viewers today and generations to come.
Take a virtual tour of our collection of murals, sculptures and other treasures. Discover the stories behind the artwork and learn about the artists. Works with your mobile device too!
Artist contact list
If you are interested in receiving emails about public art programs and calls, please email Barbara Chapman. Artist are encouraged to watch for opportunities listed on this webpage as well as on industry related websites.