Pianos on the Streets
Richmond's annual Pianos on the Street program provides open air publicly accessible in unexpected places from July until October.
The Pianos on the Street program is funded through the voluntary contributions
of private developers to the City’s Public Art Reserve fund. The program is sponsored by the Public Art Program and Pacey's Pianos partnering with the City of Richmond Parks Department, local artists, schools, community groups and associations to re- create pianos for public spaces.
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site, 5180 Westwater Drive
Terra Nova Rural Park, 2631 Westminster Highway
Richmond Cultural Centre Plaza, 7700 Minoru Gate
King George Park/ Cambie Community Park, 4100 No. 5 Road
Richmond Nature Park, 11851 Westminster Highway
Piano Artists 2013-2019
Catherine Adamson, Cambie Art Club, Mr. Tony, Nancy Chew and the Cambie Chinese Painting Class, Richmond Media Lab, Richmond Society for Community Living, Richmond Art Gallery Youth Collective, Steveston / London Secondary Art Classes with Sid Axelrod, Thompson Community Association's Terra Nova Nature Camp, Terra Nova Nature Preschool, Terra Nova Community Garden members, community youth volunteers, and the public.
The Pianos on the Street program is made possible through the support of piano donations by individuals, schools and community groups. Interested parties are asked to contact Pacey's Pianos regarding their piano donations. Pianos are assessed by a technician to determine whether the donation is accepted for the Pianos on the Street program.
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