The City’s Public Art Master Plan (PAMP), adopted by Council in 2016, is a document that provides the design and curatorial guidelines to plan, acquire, and maintain public art for residents and visitors. The PAMP is a key resource for identifying new public art opportunities, recommending investment in priority locations, and establishing artwork themes and ideas.
We are now looking to refresh the PAMP to:
- Integrate equity and reconciliation frameworks as key pillars and reflect changing community priorities and evolving public art trends
- Build on the successes of the PAMP to date
- Align recommendations with other City plans (e.g. Culture Master Plan)
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