Learn More About the City’s Street Art Pilot Program
June 19, 2013
The City of Edmonton’s Capital City Clean Up and the Edmonton Arts Council are developing a two-year street art pilot project in three Edmonton neighbourhoods – where artists can freely paint on allocated walls without fear of criminal charges at that location. The goal is to provide safe, legal sites for street artists to practice in Edmonton.
Edmontonians are an integral part of the process for the Open Source Street Art Pilot Program. The following sessions are an opportunity for residents to come out to learn more about the program and procedures in place as well as to share their thoughts on having an open source wall in their communities.
Public Information Evenings
|Date:||Monday June 24, 2013|
|Location:||Edith Rogers Junior High School, |
8308 Mill Woods Road
|Date:||Tuesday June 25, 2013|
|Location:||Hazeldean Community League Hall, |
9630-66 Avenue NW
|Date:||Wednesday June 26 2013|
|Location:||Ritchie Community League Hall, |
7727-98 Street NW
Presentations from Capital City Clean Up’s Graffiti Management Program, Edmonton Arts Council and Edmonton Police Service will be made at these sessions. Please plan to attend the entire 90 minutes.
For specific wall locations and more information on the Open Source Street Art Pilot Program, visit edmonton.ca/streetartpilot.
For more information:
|Online||Contact 311 Online|
In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311