International Commission | O-Train Public Art Program Ottawa

The City of Ottawa Public Art Program is issuing this request for proposals (RFP) to select a professional, qualified and experienced artist team or artist studio/consulting firm to develop and implement a comprehensive civic arts strategy. The civic arts strategy will respond to local community change taking place in the Byron Linear Park and Richmond Road area of Ottawa.

The request for proposals is an equal opportunity, open to local, national and international interdisciplinary artists, creative teams, studios/consulting firms, organizations and community agencies (for-profit and non-profit).

O-Train Public Art Program – Request for Proposals (RFP)

The O-Train Public Art Program offers a platform for artists’ teams to create public art that will position Ottawa as a leading city for innovative and engaging contemporary art in light rail projects. This program will inspire and create dialogue about the role of art in Ottowa, and enhance the transit experience across Ottawa.

Closing date

16:00 EDT 30 November 2020


$700,000.00 CAD + HST


To see the request for proposal and to apply online see:

Further information

Contact using the subject line: 'Inflection/Reflection project inquiry'





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