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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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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
In The Town of Stony Plain has announced a multi-stage competition for three-dimensional artwork(s) to be permanently placed within Heritage Park, located at 5100 41 Street.
Both individual artists and artist teams are eligible to apply. The artwork will take into consideration the usage of the park as a community gathering space, the history of Stony Plain and the ongoing relationships the community has with various groups.
To obtain an application for the competition or for any questions pertaining to the application please visit:
https://stonyplain.bonfirehub.ca/opportunities/14216. Deadline for Application is May 8, 2018.
Public Art Projects: Ongoing and Completed
Public Art Unveiling
"Disc Drumming" May 26 Rotary Park 11AM This sculpture was created by James Cameron Smith and William Doef. It is composed of eleven steel disc harrows welded on an elliptical frame of steel tubing. The disc harrows each reverberate with a different bell tone when played by hand. The discs give nod to the agricultural heritage of the area and are intended to engage observers to create individual percussive compositions.
"Aboriginal Pottery Medicine Wheel" June 22 Heritage Park This donated piece was facilitated by the Parkland Potter's Guild. This piece was built by potter Tracie Mandreck and attendees from 2016 and 2017 Aboriginal Days contributed small pieces of pottery to complete each quadrant. The piece honours local indigenous and is in recognition of this being Treaty 6 land.
"The Past" September 9 Meridian Foundation 1:30 As part of grandparent's day the newest mural in the Meridian Foundation series by James Mackay will be unveiled. This mural will focus on the past of senior care leading up to when the Meridian Foundation was founded.
Heritage Park Public Art Piece TBA The Town of Stony Plain has announced a multi-stage competition for three-dimensional artwork(s) to be permanently placed within Heritage Park, located at 5100 41 Street.
In 2016, the inaugural year of the Outdoor piano project, 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. This year a replacement piano is in the works and the painting will be completed by Ellen Andreassen. 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. This year the pianos will be available to the public again in the Summer of 2018 at the Multicultural Heritage Centre, Shikaoi Park, 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.