Concord’s Public Art is Canada’s Largest Public Art Program
For nearly three decades, Concord has been committed to public art in its major communities across Canada. Concord’s public art program creates a sense of place in its parks, public landscapes and on the towers they build. “The Concord Pacific Place community in Vancouver, Concord CityPlace in Toronto and Concord Park Place in North York together house the nation’s largest collection of public art, enhancing the public realm of the communities” says Karen Mills, Public Art Curator.
"Concord Pacific Place in Vancouver, Concord CityPlace in Toronto, and Concord Park Place in North York, together house the nation's largest collection of public art, enhancing the public realm of their communities."- Karen Mills, Public Art Curator & Consultant
Concord’s future art commissions will include a collection of Canadian themed installations at Concord Canada House in Toronto, Woodsy Park in North York, and Canada’s largest suspended art piece spanning approximately 100 feet over the public space at the new Arc building in Vancouver.