Public art is visual art that exists in the public realm. It includes all works that are commissioned, purchased by, or donated to the City to be located in publicly accessible spaces.
In October 2012, City Council approved its first Public Art Policy, created by a committee of arts experts from Barrie and surrounding area. The policy established a public art committee that works to raise the profile of public art and create a vibrant, animated city full of public art for all to enjoy.
Special Event - Public Art Lunch and Learn
Friday, June 1, 12-1 PM
City Hall Rotunda - 70 Collier Street
Join the City of Barrie's Public Art Committee for a special lunch and learn about public art. Learn about some of their recent projects and why they are important to placemaking, tourism and community, and hear from celebrated artist Ted Fullerton about his piece Conversation at Dodona, which now resides in City Hall.
Bring your own lunch, and enjoy sweets and hot beverages provided by Barrie's Public Art Committee. No registration necessary.
About the Barrie Public Art Committee
The Barrie Public Art Committee’s (BPAC) goal is to enhance Barrie with art, and encourage residents and visitors alike to visit public spaces. Made up of volunteers from the art and design industry, and interested community members, BPAC secures art by commissioning new works, facilitating donations, and organizing temporary installations.
Vision: Connecting our Community through Public Art
Mission Statement: “The Barrie Public Arts Committee will enhance the City of Barrie by purposefully acquiring public art that inspires and connects the community in our public spaces. We will promote art appreciation and build lasting relationships through education, integration and activation that engages the community, creates conversation and demonstrates the value of public art”.
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