Calgarians may be wondering why colourful murals are popping up around Beltline and some of Calgary’s downtown. They’re a part of the third annual Beltline Urban Mural Project, or rather BUMP, festival. According to Peter
Garbage cans in the community of Millican Ogden are getting a lot brighter, and read worthy. Kaylynn Miller, general manager of the Millican Ogden Community Centre, said the garbage cans are a part of the
The communities of Copperfield and Mahogany are scheduled to get a bright, DIY, makeover. That is, if the weather will cooperate. The Copperfield Paint the Pavement event has already been cancelled four times because of
Final checks were being done earlier this week as the much-anticipated 4 Street SW underpass brightens up an otherwise dark Beltline corridor into Calgary’s downtown. The 4 Street SW underpass enhancement began in 2016 as
Yesterday, the city’s Community and Protective Services committee debated recommendations that would lead to the resumption of Calgary’s much-maligned public art program. During debate, Ward 3 councillor Jyoti Gondek summed up her perspective on public
About us, but without us. That was one way the Calgary arts community described how the city has handled the Corporate Public Art Policy, during submissions at the Community and Protective Services committee meeting Wednesday.