Signage Kiosk Animation

New artwork is popping up in signage kiosks downtown!

Artists in the Capital Region, including the Gulf Islands, were invited to submit up to two suitable existing or new artworks for consideration to be displayed on eight signage kiosks in Victoria.

Artwork installations from local artists are currently in eight kiosks along Douglas Street and City parkades to celebrate local creatives and enhance everyday artistic encounters. 

Over 40 images were reviewed by the project panel and the following finalists were chosen: Anthony Carr, Gord Gordon, Kashaf Fatima, Victoria Heryet, Jey Yada, Andrea Fritz, Claire Gaulin-Brown, Cei Lynn, Frances Litman, Ty Didmon, Mayumi Nogami, Kate Romain, Juliana Speier, Dallas Segno, Laura Rechwan, Arden Rose, Maureen Steward, Jackie Tahara, Kailie Woods, and Sharon Lam.

The selected works will be shown in three display periods running from February 2021 through to January 2022. This project embodies Create Victoria’s vision “to thrive as a place for everyday artistic encounters.”

Map of current kiosk installations:

Click here for artist bios and statements 

Click here for artist bios and statements from the first round of installations in 2021.

Equitable Approach 

The City of Victoria’s Cultural Policy guides decision-making on how we do our work. The City is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. In keeping with our Cultural Policy Statement, the City is working to ensure that everyone has equal access to participate fully in the creative life of the city which is essential to a healthy and democratic society.

Please read the City’s cultural policy statement, guiding principles and values that guide our work. 

This competition was open to designers and illustrators who are residents of the Capital Regional District (including the Gulf Islands).

We encouraged a diversity of applicants, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, socio-economic status, class, and religion.

Artists who identified as Indigenous, Black or People of Colour, and creative-makers from other equity-seeking groups were encouraged to apply.

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