Public Art

The Town’s Public Art Program is administered by the Parks Recreation and Culture department and aims to enrich the lives of Collingwood residents and visitors by enhancing public spaces, fostering cultural identity and pride, promoting creativity, and encouraging dialogue among citizens.

Calls to Artists:

The Town of Collingwood offers a free art hanging space in Council Chambers to display local artist’s original work. Collective or joint submissions from a minimum of 2 artists are preferred. Preference is given to Collingwood artists. There is no participation or commission fee. For details contact artsandculture@collingwood.ca

Recent Projects:

Artist Steve Hogbin with his cedar winged artwork called Insect at Mountaincroft Park

Insect by Stephen Hogbin

In May, 2018, Insect was installed at Mountaincroft Park.

The artwork was designed and crafted by Stephen Hogbin who was selected through an open call for artists.

Bicycle rack designed by Ken NewtonFive Public Art bicycle racks are featured along Heritage Drive Trail to Millennium Park. Installed 2017, this one was designed by Ken Newton.

 

Public Art Map