ArtsAlive officially launches with a bus tour stopping along the route of 13 sculptures including The Hunt in Queens Park.

ArtsAlive sculptures in place around Oak Bay

Sculpture walk features 13 works, pianos still on the way

  • Jun. 10, 2016 1:00 p.m.



ArtsAlive, Oak Bay’s 2016 summer art plan features 13 sculptures and four public pianos with performance space expected complete by fall. This summer the artwork is expected to stay up for a year, and the public can vote on a possible future municipal purchase.

The 13 sculptures are in place. Find a downloadable map here and use your smart phone to decode QR codes adjacent to each artwork to learn more about the work and artist as well as to vote on a potential future art purchase for Oak Bay.

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