One of Markham's Must-See Attractions
Markham is a city with bold personality and a vibrant mix of attractions that reflect our multicultural identity. Whether you’re a cultural enthusiast or just getting started, Markham’s public art collection has something for everyone to enjoy.
Get your walking shoes on and go ‘culture hopping’ throughout Markham to explore our stunning public art collection. From paintings to sculptures and more, these unique and original works of art beautify our public spaces and bring art outside for people to enjoy at their leisure.
Public Art found in a neighbourhood near you:
- Cloudflower by Douglas Walker
- Gambrel Journey by kipjones
- Henderson Bridge Mural (2013) by Katherine Harvey, Andrea End, Robin Hesse, Matthew Moloney, Glen Ou and Susan Weisz
- Pan Am Public Art Project by Shane Cloud, Laurence Roberts and eight Unionville High School students
- Quarry by Mary Anne Barkhouse
- Shifting Landscapes - Henderson Bridge Mural (2015) by James Ruddle, with assistance by students and alumni at Markham high schools
- Monument to William Berczy (2016) by Marlene Hilton Moore
- Monument to Benjamin Thorne (2017) by Les Drysdale
Marking Our Markham: Public Art Workshop
The City is developing its first public art master plan. Join the builders of Markham’s public art program for an evening of presentations, discussions, and a hands-on workshop. Let us hear your ideas about how public art can help mark our city!
Registration required. Space is limited.
We apologize to those who are not able to register. Due to the popularity of this event, we do have the option of rush line at 6 PM. Any empty seats will be offered to those in the rush line on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note all the presentations will be available online after the event.
Date: March 21, 2019
Time: 6 to 9 PM
Location: YSpace Markham — 3rd Floor, 169 Enterprise Boulevard
Event Organizer: City of Markham
Event Contact: email@example.com