Churchill Park Public Art Project

Collection of images of Churchill ParkThe City of Hamilton is currently undertaking a public art process to commission a permanent public art work(s) to be located along a new path in the western section of Churchill Park, also known as the Royal Botanical Gardens Teaching Garden.

Public Consultation Results

The public were invited to review 6 short listed proposals and to provide comments during consultation online, at the City of Hamilton website and Hamilton Public Library Westdale Branch from March 15 to April 8, 2019. Thank you to the 166 people who have provided their comments on this complex project.  Public consultation ended April 8th 2019. The comments will be reviewed by the volunteer citizen jury and considered along with artistic excellence criteria and technical concerns in their determination of the winning proposal.

View the consultation final results (PDF, 673 KB).

Call for Artists

The Call for Artists closed on November 22, 2018. The City of Hamilton received 44 submissions and would like to thank the artists who made proposals to this competition.  The jury will meet shortly to consider the submissions and shortlisted proposals will be posted for public consultation in Winter 2019.

Focus Group Report

A focus group was held with community stakeholders, artists and subject matter experts on July 30, 2018. 
Churchill Park Public Art Focus Group Report (PDF, 182 KB)

Contact us

Ken Coit - Manager
Placemaking, Public Art & Projects
Tourism & Culture Division, City of Hamilton
28 James Street North, 2nd Floor
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 6281
Email: ken.coit@hamilton.ca