VIVA Vancouver

Shape the City’s Public Realm

Have a pedestrian-friendly vision for Vancouver’s public realm? VIVA Vancouver—the City program dedicated to transforming road spaces into people places—is calling for proposals for creative temporary installations to enliven the city this coming summer. They’re looking for ideas for Seasonal Public Spaces, like PICNURBIA, the undulating yellow “über picnic blanet” that popped up on Robson Street last August, and ideas for Recurring Public Spaces, Roaming Public Spaces, and On-Street Murals. The deadlines are January 31 and February 14 respectively.

For more details, visit VIVA Vancouver or the Vancouver Public Space Network’s Public Space Blog.

[Top Image: Wendy Cutler]

January 23, 2012 | No Comments (yet!)

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