Public Art for Zonta Meadows Linear Park

Public Art for Zonta Meadows Linear Park

Community Feedback

The City of Mississauga is currently undergoing a public art selection process in order to commission an experienced professional Artist or Artist team, to design, fabricate and install a series of permanent artworks as part of Zonta Meadows Linear Park. An important element of this process is community feedback.

Your participation in this survey is voluntary and anonymous. The results of this survey will be compiled into a report that will be shared with an independent Art Selection Committee who will consider the community's feedback as part of their informed decision making process.

Instructions:

  1. Review the following proposals: Artist Proposals - Zonta Meadows Linear Park
  2. Using this survey, vote for your top choice
  3. If you prefer to vote in person, visit Central Library, 3rd floor and cast your vote from April 14th to May 1st.

The total budget allocated for the artwork is $140,000 CDN, plus applicable taxes.

Note: 20% has already been set aside by the City for the future maintenance of the artwork and for construction contingency.

This project is fully funded by Amacon Development Corporation as part of their developer contribution to the City's Public Art Program and reinforces the City of Mississauga Public Art Master Plan.

Deadline for feedback: May 1, 2017

Monday, May 1, 2017 - 4:00pm
Contact Us
For more Information Contact:
Public Art Program
public.art@mississauga.ca

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