Mount Seymour Parkway Bike Lane Fencing


The District of North Vancouver Public Art Program, in partnership with Guildford Brooke Estates invites creative professionals interested in providing a site specific, functional, public art project on Mt Seymour Parkway. The goal of this public art project is to create an inventive functional fencing feature that will serve both as a bike lane barrier separating the cyclists from vehicle traffic and a public artwork that is distinctive and meaningful for area residents. Submission deadline is Monday September 16, 2013 @ 4pm.

Guildford Brooke Estates is planning to build a multi-unit townhouse project adjacent to Mt Seymour Parkway and as part of the development package they have dedicated funding for road improvements and public art. The District of North Vancouver recognizing that the location of this project serves as a key gateway location, has also contributed public art funds to the project.

Public Art Call
$60,000 - Bike Lane Fencing/Barrier and Public Art combined
Eligibility guidelines: 

This Public Art Call is open to all interested professional Artists or Artist Teams living in British Columbia who meet the creative, eligibility and performance criteria as outlined in the Call.

Submission Deadline: 
Sunday, September 15, 2013 - 5:00pm
Contact information: 

Lori Phillips, Public Art Coordinator
The Arts Office

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