Richmond is inviting the public to provide feedback on the city’s Art Plinth at Brighouse Station!
The Art Plinth, fully funded by the City of Richmond, is located at the end of the Canada Line guideway at Richmond-Brighouse. It will be the site of two temporary public artworks over the next two years.
The first piece of artwork, titled Cluster by artist Carlyn Yandle, was installed by the city on Friday! It will be in place for approximately one year before being replaced by another piece designed by artist Nathan Lee.
You can also comment online at LetsTalkRichmond.ca.
All respondents will be eligible to win monthly transit passes or iTunes gift cards!
TransLink and InTransitBC are supporting this city-initiative by providing access to the Canada Line guideway to install the Art Plinth projects.
Author: Allen Tung