Art to Public is an art consultancy located in Calgary, Alberta that specializes in providing comprehensive services in the area of public art. Art to Public manages public art projects and commissions for a diverse group of clients ranging from municipalities, government agencies, corporations and private collectors.  Art to Pubic has successfully realized art projects ranging from intimate private commissions to large scale multi million dollar projects.

Noted for its  extensive network of artists working in all media, Art to Public takes a careful hands on approach to project management ensuring the best possible outcomes for its  clients and the artists involved in each project.  Art to Public helps guide its clients through the initial processes of conceptualization to the final installation of the work on site.

Our services include:

Project analysis, identifying client objectives and the parameters of the project

Developing site and project descriptions and specifications

Artists research and qualifications

Developing budgets, timelines and setting milestones

Competition management including:  

        RFQ/RFP development and communication

        Development of evaluation criteria

        Assistance in assembling Juries/Selection Committees

        Managing all aspects of the competition

        Contract development

        Facilitating work between the artist, fabricator and onsite contractors

        Developing communication plans and strategies

        Final project documentation, close out meetings with the client and the artist

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We acknowledge that we are settlers on the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi from the Blackfoot Confederacy, including the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai Nations; the Îyârhe Nakoda of the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Wesley Nations; the Dene of the Tsuut’ina Nation; and Métis of Métis Nation.
This site has long been called Mohkinstsis by the Blackfoot, also Wîchîspa by the Nakoda, Guts’ists’i by Tsuut’ina.