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Artists sought for a mural in the Pointe-Claire Village

Third permanent mural project

The City of Pointe-Claire is looking for an artist, a group of artists or a recognized organization to create the City’s third permanent public mural on the concrete walls of the pumping station at the entrance to the Pointe-Claire Village, located at 246 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road.

A call for submissions is underway to receive applications from artists interested in the project. The selection committee, made up of members of the Pointe-Claire Public Art Committee and independent experts, will review each of the files submitted to choose the artist or team of artists who will be responsible for carrying out this water-themed project on the concrete walls of the pumping station.

This project is part of the City of Pointe-Claire’s vision to support and promote the creation of works of public art on its territory.

To be eligible, interested candidates must:

  • be a professional artist or collective of artists or be a recognized organization with experience in mural art
  • reside or have their studio or workshop in the Greater Montréal area

The application must include an overview of the concept, the proposed artistic statement, including the development strategy, a budget, references and the artists’ CVs.

The deadline to apply is Sunday March 8, 2020.

To consult the call for submission, click here.


Information: 514-630-1254, stewarthall@pointe-claire.ca