Public Art Opportunities
Millican Ogden Community Art Project
The City of Calgary Public Art Program invites artists or artist teams to submit their qualifications to develop a community art project for the community of Millican Ogden. The community would like to engage an artist or artist team to create a new temporary project that celebrates its 65-year history as a Calgary community and its small-town feel while welcoming new families and creating a sense of connection through engagement resulting in an art project with a visual impact along the Ogden Road corridor. For information on how to apply, please see our Call to Artists.
Black Lives Matter murals
Pink Flamingo is working to bring four Black Lives Matter inspired murals to Calgary in the summer of 2021. The intersectional mural series will celebrate Black youth, Black elders, urban Indigenous communities and queer and trans citizens who are Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (QTBIPOC). Pink Flamingo is looking to hire artists for these projects in June. Please visit pinkflaming.ca for full details and application deadlines.
Keep up to date with program opportunities and initiatives through our Public Art Email Bulletins.
Please note: Artists are encouraged to watch for opportunities on this site, in local and national newspapers, and on industry related websites and publications. 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.