Time to vote for favourite sculpture

Vote for your favourite work of art in Castlegar Sculpturewalk 2014

  • Sep. 4, 2014 9:00 a.m.


Time is running out to vote for your favourite work of art in Castlegar Sculpturewalk 2014, so put on your Sculpturewalking shoes and hit the pavement!

September is the last month to tell us your pick for the People’s Choice Award, the winner of which will stay in the City’s growing permanent collection.

“It’s been a landmark year for Sculpturewalk”, says Executive Director Joy Barrett. “As well as showcasing 32 pieces this year – our biggest line-up yet – Castlegar is now officially the ‘Sculpture Capital of Canada,™’ a truly well-deserved accolade. There are over fifty sculptures in Castlegar now, which includes those that have passed through our sales and leasing program. For a city our size, this is pretty remarkable!”

Ballots are available along the Sculpturewalk route, at City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce, the Kootenay Gallery and many local businesses.


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