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Public Art

"Pulling Together" Piece at St. Mary’s Hospital

Date Posted: 2016-04-25

Spirit Works’ “Pulling Together” piece won a major international design award at the Academy for Design and Health’s World Congress, and made the cover of World Health Design magazine!

Spirit Works’ “Pulling Together” piece won a major international design award at the Academy for Design and Health’s World Congress, and made the cover of World Health Design magazine! This piece was produced in collaboration with Sechelt Nation elders, youth, and cultural keepers. As part of a program we developed to support young artists we took 4 Indigenous youth straight through the entire process this included design, drafting and submitting a proposal meeting and corresponding with contractors, architects and managers and installation of the piece. In the end it embodied everything is was meant to represent around the ideals of cooperation, and building unity within the Sechelt Indigenous community and also between the indigenous and non-indigenous folks on the Sunshine Coast.

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BC Place Salmon Mobile

Date Posted: 2016-03-28

BC Place Salmon Mobile

BC Place Salmon Mobile

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A pedestrian overpass at the base of the Squamish Chief

Date Posted: 2016-03-28

A large scale public art piece. A pedestrian overpass at the base of the Squamish Chief.

A large scale public art piece. A pedestrian overpass at the base of the Squamish Chief. Working with Xwalacktun (Well respected and known Squamish artist, and recipient of the Order of B.C.) we created this piece in Spirit Works’ Studio. It depicts on one side the Thunderbird and a Serpent on the other.

 Public art. A large scale public art piece. A pedestrian overpass at the base of the Squamish Chief. Working with Xwalacktun (on left, well respected and known Squamish artist, and recipient of the Order of B.C.) we created this piece in Spirit Works’ Studio. On the right is Shain Jackson.
 Public art. A large scale public art piece. A pedestrian overpass at the base of the Squamish Chief. Working with Xwalacktun (on left, well respected and known Squamish artist, and recipient of the Order of B.C.) we created this piece in Spirit Works’ Studio. On the right is Shain Jackson.
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