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Pouch Cove Public Art Project
Thanks to funding provided by ArtsNL and support from The Town of Pouch Cove, the Pouch Cove Public Art Committee is now inviting Canadian professional artists to submit an Expression of Interest for a temporary outdoor sculpture to be installed in Kirby’s Garden, a public gathering area across from the Pouch Cove Town Hall. The concept behind the Plinth Project is to replace artwork every twelve months, providing a platform for diverse artistic expressions. The PAPAC remains committed to enhancing the cultural environment of Pouch Cove, connecting residents, and inviting visitors to the area through our existing and future public art projects. The Pouch Cove Public Art Committee (PCPAC) is a group of volunteers committed to enhancing the cultural and visual landscape of Pouch Cove by bringing contemporary outdoor art installations to public spaces. Collaborating closely with the Town of Pouch Cove since 2020, we have successfully secured funding from different sources to commission three unique artworks representing diverse mediums and forms. These artworks not only foster imagination and appreciation but also create a space for public engagement within our community.