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Downtown Edmonton: Jasper Avenue

Downtown Edmonton is home to a collection of public art that is diverse, eclectic and compelling. The art reveals the city's history, its ever-changing culture and shifting ideas about what is valuable and meaningful. Like with all art, Edmontonians have favourites and not-so-favourties. Regardless, the artwork stands as a statement to the many sides of our city's character. Public art in Edmonton flourishes thanks to the efforts of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Edmonton Arts Council, and The Places - The Works International Visual Arts Society. Enjoy! -Susan Pointe, Curator of ArtTourYEG

  • 1.

    Neon Sign Museum

    Neon Sign Museum

    History that glows.

  • 2.

    Mercer Murals (c. 2012-15)

    Mercer Murals (c. 2012-15)

    Home to tech and design.

  • 3.

    Clay Ellis, Maundy (1992-93)

    Clay Ellis, Maundy (1992-93)

    From Botswana to Edmonton

  • 4.

    Peter Hide, Odalisque (1992-93)

    Peter Hide, Odalisque (1992-93)

    Edmonton is the centre for abstract sculptures.

  • 5.

    Alberta Craft Council Gallery & Shop

    Alberta Craft Council Gallery & Shop

    Craft by Alberta artist

  • 6.

    Alley of Light Art Boxes (2017)

    Alley of Light Art Boxes (2017)

    Lighting up Jasper Avenue.

  • 7.

    Zoe Bacchus, Sherri Shorten & Harold Wollin, Sway (2001)

    Zoe Bacchus, Sherri Shorten & Harold Wollin, Sway (2001)

    12,000+ pieces of tile

  • 8.

    Will Truchon, Valley Wall (2009)

    Will Truchon, Valley Wall (2009)

    Bringing art and design to 104th

  • 9.

    Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture – Art Gallery

    Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture – Art Gallery

    Artist run centre

  • 10.

    Destiny Swiderski, Amiskwacîw Wâskâyhkan Ihtâwin (2016)

    Destiny Swiderski, Amiskwacîw Wâskâyhkan Ihtâwin (2016)

    An expression of the Indigenous roots.

  • 11.

    Don Begg, Beaver and Fallen Tree (1977)

    Don Begg, Beaver and Fallen Tree (1977)

    A couple making their mark on Alberta and the rest of North American

  • 12.

    Jason Carter, 7 Northern Beavers (2011)

    Jason Carter, 7 Northern Beavers (2011)

    The rising of the Cree

  • 13.

    Neka’new’ak: Aboriginal Walk of Honour

    Neka’new’ak: Aboriginal Walk of Honour

    Celebrating Indigenous artist.

  • 14.

    Edmonton Small Press Association, Josh Holinaty & Luke Ramsey, Transition (2010)

    Edmonton Small Press Association, Josh Holinaty & Luke Ramsey, Transition (2010)

    An ideal and sustainable Edmonton.

  • 15.

    Elizabeth Bowering Beauchamp & Lynn Malin, Recycles (2001)

    Elizabeth Bowering Beauchamp & Lynn Malin, Recycles (2001)

    A carefree Edmonton

  • 16.

    Ian Mulder, Chez Pierre (2000)

    Ian Mulder, Chez Pierre (2000)

    A first for Edmonton.

  • 17.

    Katie Ohe, Sentinel (1990/91) | Ken Christopher, Untitled (1981)

    Katie Ohe, Sentinel (1990/91) | Ken Christopher, Untitled (1981)

    One of the most influential artist in Alberta.

  • 18.

    Downtown Banner Project (2011)

    Downtown Banner Project (2011)

    Edmonton's Poet Laureate

  • 19.

    Peter Hide, Castle of Perseverance (1982)

    Peter Hide, Castle of Perseverance (1982)

    Years in the making.

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