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Call for public art proposals: temporary art interventions on the David-W.-Beck Park fence

The City of Pointe-Claire invites you to submit your proposal for a project to create temporary public art interventions on the small chain-link fence surrounding the playground at David-W.-Beck Park.

A call for proposals is underway to receive applications from interested artists, collective or artistic organization with experience in public art that have been in existence for more than two years and reside (or have their studio or workshop) in the Greater Montréal and surrounding area.

The purpose of this call for proposals is to revitalize David-W.-Beck Park by placing art at the heart of Pointe-Claire residents’ living environments. The City would like temporary art interventions to be placed all along and incorporated or mounted onto the fence surrounding the park for a minimum period of two years. The artwork must be playful and appropriate for a playground and the surrounding neighbourhood. There is no specific theme for this call for proposals.

Interested candidates must be professional artists under the Act respecting the professional Status of the Artists Act (Status of the Artist Act, S.C. 1992, c. 33).

The application deadline is Monday, April 1, 2024, at 11:59 p.m.

For terms and conditions and more information, click here.

Information: 514-630-1254, ext.1795