The massive eye-catching mural going up on both sides of the concrete silos on Granville Island represents a significant moment in Vancouver’s public art scene, but is also a reminder […]
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Vancouver has some very unique and awesome pieces of public art. While there are hundreds scattered around the city—from murals to sculptures—we scouted 15 pieces and places that are not […]
The massive concrete silos on Granville Island are taking on a whole new set of colours this month as they are transformed into a huge piece of public art.
Since it was installed in late-May, hundreds of thousands of people have walked by Douglas Coupland’s latest piece of public art outside the Vancouver Art Gallery.
A new mural celebrating the power and exuberance of joy in motion has gone up in a Chinatown alley.
Just in time for Pride Weekend, strips of decorative lighting illuminating the colours of the rainbow were installed above a three city block strip of Davie Street.
Over the weekend, Grouse Mountain became the latest recipient of an initiative to bring public pianos to the region.