Public Art Program

The Serenity Memorial by Ken Hall is located in Greenwood Cemetery in Georgetown.

NOW ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC ART BANNER PROJECT.

See Call to Artists - Request for Proposals here.


Did you know the Town of Halton Hills has a Public Art Master Plan? Check it out!

Come back soon for updates on the first public art project to be commissioned under the Public Art Master Plan.


Public Art is:

  • physically or visually accessible

  • on public lands and under the town's responsibility

  • created by or in collaboration with artists

  • art with aesthetic qualities

  • context specific

  • created using a variety of media

  • permanent or temporary

  • selected, commissioned or acquired through an open and transparent process

Visit http://www.haltonhills.ca/culture/ for more information.



NOW ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC ART BANNER PROJECT.

See Call to Artists - Request for Proposals here.


Did you know the Town of Halton Hills has a Public Art Master Plan? Check it out!

Come back soon for updates on the first public art project to be commissioned under the Public Art Master Plan.


Public Art is:

  • physically or visually accessible

  • on public lands and under the town's responsibility

  • created by or in collaboration with artists

  • art with aesthetic qualities

  • context specific

  • created using a variety of media

  • permanent or temporary

  • selected, commissioned or acquired through an open and transparent process

Visit http://www.haltonhills.ca/culture/ for more information.



Do you have any questions about public art or the Public Art Master Plan process? Ask us now! 

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  • Where is the latest installation of public art in Halton Hills?

    Kathleen asked over 2 years ago

    A new piece of public art was just unveiled on June 28, 2017! This work is a vinyl wrap of the utility box located at 113 Main St S. in downtown Georgetown. The historic wrap was produced by Downtown Georgetown BIA Beautification Committee in collaboration with Silvercreek Construction and features sketches by Robert Johannsen. The wrap makes a nice addition to area which features another piece of public art,  Memorial Tree by Ken Hall. Drop by to learn the story of the Legendary McGibbon hotel, and to  find out more about some other cultural gems in the downtown.