Find opportunities for local artists including calls for public art, available studio space, juried shows and exhibitions, and more.
We are seeking proposals for murals that celebrate the creativity of Indigenous artists and the rich cultural histories and continuing presence of Indigenous peoples in what is now known as Vancouver, as well as look toward the city and the country's future.
Creative Spark Vancouver provides small grants to emerging artists to engage young people in arts-based projects. Find out more.
The Artists in Communities program supports artists working with communities on issues of joint interest or concern using principles of community cultural development. Check out our annual call for artist applications.
The Artist Live-Work Studio Awards Program provides Vancouver-based professional artists who have financial need with live-work or work-only artist studios that are low-cost or free for up to three years.
The Park Board is not currently accepting proposals for public art donation. Please check back for updates.
The Public Art Committee provides advice and guidance to City council and staff, civic agencies, developers, and citizens on public art matters, including the Public Art Program.
This report summarizes the findings of the first comprehensive evaluation of the City of Vancouver's Public Art Program since it began in 1991.
Procedures have been established for removing art work from public sites under City or Park Board jurisdiction.
Providing information from Toronto to national and international artists.
A US-based resource that includes opportunities for Canadian and international artists.
A UK-based service listing public art calls.
Information and knowledge on an international scale.
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A blog that explores Vancouver's public art