Public call for artists to submit entrance sign proposals

Lake Country art commission looking for artists to redesign entrance signs to the community

Lake Country looking to artists to redesign entrance signs

The Lake Country Public Art Commission is issuing a Public Art Call for artists to create proposals for the redesign of the existing entrance signs in Lake Country.

Proposal submission deadline:  July 4, 2014

Selection of design:  September 15, 2014

Completion and installation:  March 2015

If you have any questions please contact Dr. Sharon McCoubrey, Chairperson, Public Art Commission, at 250-766-4406 or sharon.mccoubrey@ubc.ca

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