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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Mural Program Stony Plain's rich heritage is preserved through its extensive mural program. Take a tour of the magnificent artwork.
About the Public Art Program
Public art plays a powerful role in public realm enhancements. It can be a powerful vehicle for promoting community dialogue, encouraging creative expression, and fostering cultural engagements.
The Town of Stony Plain has made major investments in the mural program in the past and is committed to enlivening our community with culturally vibrant public art through the Percent for Art Policy.
Percent for Art allows the Town to acquire artwork for public spaces, in accordance with the 2015 Town of Stony Plain Public Art Policy (C-CD-016).
Current Public Art Calls
There are currently no open Public Art calls.
Public Art Projects: Ongoing and Completed
In 2016, three donated pianos, previously en route to the landfill, were enhanced by visual artists and then temporarily placed in outdoor locations in Stony Plain. Artists Daphne Cote and Duncan Mackay painted two of the pianos, and the third was embellished by members of the Cultural Roundtable.The piano pictured was created by Daphne Cote.
The pianos were located at Shikaoi, Rotary and Heritage parks from July - October and were accessible to visitors and residents to play. The pianos will be available to the public again in the Summer of 2017 at the Multicultural Heritage Centre, Stony Plain Public Library, and Visitor Information Centre in Rotary Park.
Our community's culture begins with pride in its history, a commitment to inclusiveness, and a creative path to our future.