The City of Brampton is developing its first Public Art Strategy!
Public art is a valuable tool in building a vibrant, prosperous, and inclusive city with engaging public spaces that reflect the diverse stories and cultural heritage of our community.
Public art includes a wide range of artistic expressions (temporary or permanent) and can come in a wide range of forms, sizes, styles and mediums (such as sculptures, monuments, interactive art, murals, new media, functional furniture and more). It is a form of collective community expression and a reflection of how we see the world.
Have your say and tell us how we can enhance the community through public art. Take the survey below and provide your feedback.
Take our Survey!
Complete the survey for a chance to win a pair of tickets to an upcoming performance at The Rose Brampton.
Take the Public Art Survey
The Public Art Strategy
The Public Art Strategy will guide the City’s approach to its current public art collection and inform future public art initiatives. Your feedback will provide meaningful insight into the development of the Public Art Strategy.
Learn More about Brampton's Current Public Art Collection
Community Engagement Sessions
Learn more and connect with us in person at one of our engagement sessions. Your input will impact the future of public art in Brampton.
- Mount Pleasant Village Library - April 13 from 2 to 6 pm
- Susan Fennell Sportsplex - April 15 from 11 am to 3 pm
- Gore Meadows Library - April 18 from 2 to 6 pm