The Fallacy of Public Art – Part 3

In 1999, I was invited by the North Vancouver Arts Commission (NVAC) to participate on their Public Art Steering Committee. The NVAC is a municipal agency that decides how the local governments spend public money on Arts and Culture. The District and City of North Vancouver were […]

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The Fallacy of Public Art – Part 2

I have had quite a lot of experience with the Public Art process.

In the 1980’s, I entered many open call public art competitions, most of them in the Greater Vancouver area. I was rejected from all of them, and I accepted it as I had not had […]

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