Culture

Supporting Healthcare: Traffic Signal Box Wraps Public Art Project

Images of traffic boxesPhoto Credits L to R: J. Reynolds; Tourism Hamilton; J. Reynolds; Tourism Hamilton; J. Reynolds; Tourism Hamilton.

The City of Hamilton is currently undertaking a public art process to commission temporary public art to be installed on City-owned traffic signal cabinets around major healthcare facilities in the city.

Public Opinion Survey Results

The survey has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. Please review the Public Opinion Survey Results (PDF, 513 KB)

Call for Artists

The Call for Artists closed on Tuesday July 14, 2020. The City of Hamilton received ninety-two (92) submissions and would like to thank all artists who made proposals to this competition. Shortlisted proposals will be posted in August for public consultation, followed by the Jury’s final adjudication.

For more information and/or to make a submission, please download the documents below:

Addenda

Background

This project builds on the success of the Downtown Hamilton Utility Box Wraps Public Art project completed in 2019. It has been developed in partnership with City of Hamilton Transportation Operations Section. The project is funded in part by Transportation Operations and the Downtown Hamilton Public Art Reserve.

Contact Us

Zahra Awang, Art in Public Places Project Specialist
Tourism & Culture Division, City of Hamilton
Lister Block, 28 James Street North
Hamilton, ON L8R 1A1
Email [email protected]