July 2, 2020
Public Art Call: The Shore - City of North Vancouver

 

Shore Projects Ltd. is pleased to invite Artist and/or Artist Teams to submit design proposals for the creation of three different public art works that will be included in The Shore, a new residential development located at 720 West 2nd Street in the City of North Vancouver, between Marine Drive, Fell Avenue, and East 2nd Street Connector and Bewicke Avenue.

The City of North Vancouver’s vision for the redevelopment of its former City Works Yard site is to develop the area into a gateway precinct of interrelated, livable, neighbourly residential and mixed use developments, highly accessible to the public and with community amenities that include a park and trail system for Mosquito Creek.

There are three (3) separate public art calls for design proposals for The Shore, each with a different conceptual framework, theme, and budget. The Public Art Projects are entitled: Crossing, Arrival and Reflection.

General Information Meeting - Interested artists are encouraged to attend this meeting to learn more about The Shore's Public Art Project.

DATE: Tuesday July 9, 2020
TIME:  10am
LOCATION:  Adera, Tower II, Suite 1165, Bentall Room
555 Burrard Street,Vancouver

RSVP:  Kari Huhtala, Public Art Consultant, khuhtala@shaw.ca

QUICK DETAILS:

Project #1: Crossing

Budget: $65,000

Theme:  Conceptually, the proposed artwork theme Crossing will enhance the pedestrian and vehicular crossing experience.  The design is to be highly visual, integrated as a horizontal linear element facing Fell Avenue that may be illuminated and lead those entering over the bridge.

Deadline:  Thursday August 15, 2013, 4pm

Download the complete Public Art Call for Crossing here (PDF).

 

Project #2: Arrival

Budget: $55,000

Theme:  Conceptually, the proposed artwork theme Arrival will enhance the entryways natural structures, elements and design that meet the eye.  The location of the artwork is to be integrated with The Shore's highly visual entry point that includes a water feature.

Deadline:  Thursday August 15, 2013, 4pm

Download the complete Public Art Call for Arrival here (PDF).

 

Project #3: Reflection

Budget: $75,000

Theme:  Conceptually, the proposed artwork theme Reflection will mirror or echo the water feature's character including the water's movement and flow that showcases west coast forest landscapes. The artwork design is to be a bold, vertical element that is the focal point of the central water landscape.

Deadline:  Thursday August 15, 2013, 4pm

Download the complete Public Art Call for Reflection here (PDF).

 

QUESTIONS:

Please direct all general enquiries to:
Kari Huhtala, Public Art Consultant
e:  khuhtala@shaw.ca
t:  604.613.0319