The City of Calgary Public Art Program offers a variety of opportunities for local, national and international artists, from emerging to established professionals, as well as numerous ways to stay informed and in touch.
As per the Canada Council for the Arts, we define a professional artist as someone who:
- has specialized training in visual art (not necessarily in academic institutions) and has produced an independent body of work;
- is recognized as such by his or her peers (artists working in the same artistic discipline) and has maintained an independent professional practice for at least three years;
- is committed to devoting more time to artistic activity, if possible financially, and has had at least three public exhibitions of work in a professional context over a three year period.
Be sure to read each Call to Artists carefully for eligibility criteria and submission requirements.
|Tuscany LRT Station - Call to Artists
||Wednesday, June 26, 2013
||Seeking a professional artist(s) for a public art project at the Tuscany LRT Station.|
|Rocky Ridge Recreation Facility - Call to Artists
||Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Great Plains Recreation Facility - Call to Artists
|Thursday, June 6, 2013
|Painted Utility Box Program
Submissions are accepted on an
Seeking proposals from local artists interested in creating art on City utility boxes at various locations throughout Calgary. The goal of this project is to provide opportunities for artists to create works of art that contribute to the vitality and attractiveness of our city’s streetscape.
An Auspicious Find by Lori Sobkowich (Prince's Island)
Artist Contact List
If you are interested in receiving emails about program opportunities and initiatives, send your name, phone number, mailing address and e-mail address to email@example.com with the subject Artist Contact List.
Please note: The City of Calgary cannot assume the responsibility of disseminating information regarding the Public Art Program and its opportunities to artists and/or their organizations. Artists are encouraged to watch for opportunities on this site, in local and national newspapers, and on industry related websites and publications.
Be sure to also "like" us on Facebook (City of Calgary Public Art Program) and follow us on Twitter at PublicArtYYC.
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