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Vancouver’s Coolest Public Art: Douglas Coupland's Digital Orca

Public Art Registry. "wind swimmer" by Doug Taylor

Kits history lesson: How we got our iconic Kitsilano Pool Wind Swimmer

Myfanwey MacLeod/City of Vancouver/City of Vancvouer Olympic & Paralympic Public Art Program

Myfanwey MacLeod/City of Vancouver/City of Vancvouer Olympic & Paralympic Public Art Program

'On Fish Ladders and Escalators' by Jim Breukelman installed March 22, 2013 at Canada Line's Vancouver City Centre Station, depicts the mystery and movement of the salmon within the turbulent flow of water.   http://ourcityourart.wordpress.com/2013/03/23/on-fish-ladders-and-escalators/

On Fish Ladders and Escalators

Fish Ladder: Salmon in the Capilano. The City of Vancouver Public Art Program in collaboration with the Canada Line Public Art Program is pleased to present a new photographic installation by artist Jim Breukelman.

"The Words Don't Fit the Picture"

Library Art, Public Art, The Picture, The Words, Vancouver

Fireworks and dragon dancing celebrated the opening of the Bright Light public art installation in the courtyard of the  Yue Shan Society at 39 East Pender today, where just 30 years ago a narrow walkway linked Pender St. to Market Alley.    The installation by a team led by architect Inga Roecker used 800 umbrellas to light up the sky above the courtyard, which is part of 12 installations commissioned by the City of Vancouver’s public art program during the 2010 Games.

Fireworks and dragon dancing celebrated the opening of the Bright Light public art installation in the courtyard of the Yue Shan Society at 39 East Pender today, where just 30 years ago a narrow walkway linked Pender St.

Gunda Forster/City of Vancouver/City of Vancouver Olympic & Paralympic Public Art Program

Gunda Forster/City of Vancouver/City of Vancouver Olympic & Paralympic Public Art Program

"Cat & Mouse, 2012" by Mark Soo consists of graphic "poems" cut from adhesive vinyl. Text fragments derived from popular culture and colourful graphic styles related to commercial signage become entangled to stimulate word play and associative layers of meaning. Temporary installation in partnership with the City of Vancouver Art Program on the west-facing windows of Canada Line Vancouver City Centre Station.  http://www.thecanadaline.com/Art-Community.tsp?gallery=current=7659072204#

"Cat & Mouse, 2012" by Mark Soo consists of graphic "poems" cut from adhesive vinyl. Text fragments derived from popular culture and colourful graphic styles related to commercial signage become entangled to stimulate word play and associative layers of meaning. Temporary installation in partnership with the City of Vancouver Art Program on the west-facing windows of Canada Line Vancouver City Centre Station. http://www.thecanadaline.com/Art-Community.tsp?gallery=current=7659072204#

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