Tag: public art


Photos by participants and Hannah Minzloff Presented by MSVU Art Gallery, in partnership with Alliance Française Halifax, Balad’arts: Wandering with Art is a series of monthly French language walks in the Hydrostone area of K’jipuktuk (Halifax), in collaboration with Sophie Pilipczuk. Over the course of the hour-long walk, the group discussed themed aspects of

Poetry on Tiptoes

This project was planned to occur in the Gold Cup & Saucer Parade, which occurs at the culmination of Charlottetown, PEI’s “Old Home Week”. Registrants’ have the potential to engage in this ‘public sphere’ via their own floats, which are the visible elements of the reflected community, allowing for the

The Work of Wolves

The Apple Blossom Festival and parade occurs shortly before the Uncommon Common Art project season opening, and gave the organization the unique opportunity to expose a broader audience to present contemporary public art through the annual Grand Street parade on a single Saturday afternoon in Kentville. It is truly one

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