Guides, Brochures and Links
- Public Art in the City Brochure
- Richmond Olympic Oval Public Art Brochure
- Steveston Waterfront Neighbourhood Public Art Brochure
- Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Brochure
- Richmond Public Art for Mobile Devices
- Other Resources
There are a variety of ways to learn about and explore Richmond’s public art. Discover them online on our Public Art Registry page, or take a look at our public art brochures.
Public Art in the City Brochure
You can find public art maps, guides, postcards and other educational materials at City venues such as City Hall or the Richmond Cultural Centre, all of which are also available to download below.
The 2009 Public Art Brochure is a great introduction to the early Public Art in Richmond. Public Art Brochure
City Centre and Richmond Olympic Oval Public Art Brochure
The City of Richmond is proud to be home to a wealth of signature public artworks and is dedicated to creating a vibrant city in which to live and visit. Use this brochure as a guide to visit some of our more recent additions to the public art registry. You will discover public art integrated into parks, architectural facades, on the grounds of civic buildings and along the Canada Line skytrain stations.
Public Art Brochure
Steveston Waterfront Neighbourhood Public Art Brochure
Steveston is a historic salmon canning centre located on the southwest tip of Richmond, B.C., and continues to have a historical role as a port site, business centre and residential hub in Richmond. It has valuable heritage resources that have sparked a strong desire from the Steveston community to conserve the Riverfront's heritage and significant buildings.
Steveston Village Public Art Plan
Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Brochure
The Alexandra Neighbourhood Public Art Plan builds on the history and ecology of the Alexandra Neighbourhood of West Cambie to provide a thematic framework for the creation of public art to enrich this emerging community. Opportunities are identified for public art to play a role in achieving a connected community.
To learn more about the Arts in Richmond download the Arts Update reports:
2017 Arts Update
2016 Arts Update
2015 Arts Update
2014 Arts Update
2013 Arts Update
2012 Arts Update
2011 Arts Update
2010 Arts Update
To learn more about Public Art download the annual reports:
2017 Public Art Program Annual Report
2016 Public Art Program Annual Report
2015 Public Art Program Annual Report
2014 Public Art Program Annual Report
2013 Public Art Program Annual Report
2012 Public Art Program Annual Report
2011 Public Art Program Annual Report
2009-2010 Public Art Program Annual Report
2009 Public Art Annual Progress Report
Creative City Network of Canada
The Creative City Network of Canada (CCNC) is a national non-profit organization made up of municipalities, arts organizations and individuals working to support cultural development in their communities. The CCNC is committed to connecting everyone involved in public art such as artists, public art officers, curators, conservators, installation crews, foundries, private donors, businesses and citizens to raise the level of Public Art practice in communities across Canada.
Providing information from Toronto to national and international artists.
A US-based resource that includes opportunities for Canadian and international artists.
The Public Art Directory
A UK-based service listing public art calls.
Public Art Online
Information and knowledge on an international scale.