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Prairie Winds Park Public Art Project

​Description The City of Calgary Public Art Program and Calgary Parks have hired Incipio Modo, an artist collective, to create a permanent public art project at the redeveloped Prairie Winds Park.

Prairie Winds Park, located at 223 Castleridge Blvd. N.E. has been a popular and well –loved destination and gathering place for nearly a quarter century. The park was identified for renewal, and Parks developed a design development plan that will enhance Prairie Winds Park as a regional destination park that supports a wide-range community use. The final Prairie Winds Park Report was approved by Council and detailed design is now underway.

This is an exciting opportunity to create a site –specific public artwork suitable for the outlook (hill) or entry plaza locations identified in the call.
​Public Art Budget ​$71K
​Year Approved ​2015

Incipio Modo is an artist collective comprising sculptors Danira Miralda and Edward Beltran. They produce both abstract and figurative work in a wide variety of materials. The duo have experience in producing site-specific sculpture for public and private spaces of varying sizes and complexities, both in the built and natural environments. Their work can be found in private and public collections in Basel, Calgary, Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Seattle, Miami, Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, Berlin and San Francisco. They have exhibited their work in public spaces such as the Art Gallery of Calgary and The Museum of Modern Art, The David Alfaro Siqueiros Museum, The Arocena Museum and the El Chopo Museum in Mexico City. 

Danira and Edward live and work in Calgary, Alberta.

​Expected Completion ​2017