public art

Jesse Sherburne is always looking for new ways to push his students’ imaginations. The U of A alumnus, Edmonton-based artist and design instructor is...

Marc Siegner’s new public art at Victoria Park Pavilion This bas relief mural celebrates a beloved winter tradition – ice skating. The imagery suggests a...
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The Percent for Art program creates shared experiences Public art is a cultural investment. Edmonton is a diverse, northern...
InScope by Dam de Nogales, in front of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Health and Research Innovation, University of Alberta (2015).
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Public art in Edmonton is often connected to UAlberta art makers and patrons. Public art is one of the most visible expressions of community values...
Image by Doyle C. Marko/DCM photography, courtesy Edmonton Arts Council.

It takes 50 people, 19 artworks, five tour guides, three hours, two buses, two performers, and one artist studio to create a fabulous Public...

Alberta’s ‘economic philosopher’ believes corporate Canada has much to learn from the Arts
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UAlberta Arts alumna and acclaimed artist Barbara Paterson shares her advice on taking on commissioned work Barbara Paterson, ’57 BA (SpecCert), ’88 BFA is an...

Public art collaboration merges history, art, and community to inaugurate a new fire station in south west Edmonton Public art walks a fine line between...
Canadian Constellations art installation by Giselle Boehm, proof of concept design.

Giselle Boehm recaps her #DIY City Project Giselle Boehm This spring, Make...
Bottle of water from the source of the River Clyde, Riverstop, Glasgow, June 2008.

Water a deep source of artistic inspiration for Scotland-based artists Donald and Millar UAlberta artists Liz Ingram and Jason Veldstra represent but a...