COMMUNITY FORUMS ON PUBLIC ART - Feb dates

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COMMUNITY FORUMS ON PUBLIC ART - Feb dates

Postby newsposter » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:40 am

Updated.

The world of art and heritage often overlap (e.g. the planned "squiggle" over the Victoria Bungalow school and the Device to Root Out Evil at the old Dominion Bridge site) so some site visitors may be interested in this:

COMMUNITY FORUMS ON PUBLIC ART

The City of Calgary Public Art Program wants to hear from you. Five community forums, one in each quadrant as well as in the Centre City, are being held in mid-February to encourage and solicit your thoughts and perspective on future public art initiatives in your community and throughout the city. A short presentation of selected public art projects in neighbourhoods and urban areas will be followed by a discussion on:

• What values, commonalities, aspirations and unique features of your community deserve acknowledgement and/or celebration?
• What anchors your community? Where do people tend to gather? What are the landmarks or locations you would take a visitor to see?
• What public art have you seen or experienced that you especially like? What about it made it successful?
Light refreshments will be served – all are welcome.

Centre City - Thursday, February 19, 2009, 5:30pm
Central Library (Meeting Room #2)

West - Saturday, February 21, 2009, 10am
Killarney Pool (Multi-purpose Room B)

North - Saturday, February 21, 2009, 1pm
Cardel Place (Meeting Room - Genstar Community Wing)

East - Saturday, February 21, 2009, 4pm
Village Square Leisure Centre (Temple Room)

South - Saturday, February 21, 2009, 4pm
Southland Leisure Centre (Woodcreek Room – 2nd Level)

For more information, as well as other ways to provide input, please visit www.calgary.ca/publicart or call 403-268-2843.
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Postby newsposter » Wed Jan 28, 2009 2:21 pm

updated - bump to top ^
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