News Category: Public Art

Ādisōke Summer Update

Ādisōke Reaches New Levels! The concrete was flowing at the Ādisōke project site this past summer as we continued to make progress on pouring the floors. Four of the levels are now complete, and work is underway on the fifth and final floor! Click here to watch a video of one of our recent concrete

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Ādisōke Spring Update

Ādisōke is present at the Ontario Library Association Superconference  Every year, the Ontario Library Association Superconference brings together 6,000 attendees from across the country and the continent. On February 2, we were honoured to deliver a presentation about what will make Ādisōke a truly unique offering in Canada. We’re pleased to share the first part

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Indigenous art: an essential part of the new joint facility

With construction set to begin in 2021, the Indigenous Public Art Program has issued five calls to Indigenous artists to honour, support and showcase Indigenous art created in Canada. Dawn Saunders Dahl is the Curator of Indigenous Art for the Indigenous Public Art Program. She took some time to answer questions about the vision behind

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“Artist on Design Team” chosen for OPL-LAC Joint Facility

UK-artist, Jason Bruges Studio has been awarded the “Artist on Design Team” commission for the Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility (OPL-LAC Joint Facility). With over 17 years’ experience, Jason Bruges is an internationally acclaimed artist who creates stunning interactive art installations that blend art, architecture and technology. A master story-teller, Jason Bruges

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