Art on the Street showcases our community spirit through artistic expression and makes our downtown area more vibrant and unique! Best of all, it’s an “outdoor gallery” that is accessible and free for all to enjoy!
This year Downtown Collingwood will come alive with the return of the art banners on the light poles and the popular (and comfortable) art chairs. The Art Chairs will be proudly displayed in several public spaces throughout the downtown core. The Art Banners will create an outdoor gallery along the downtown streets featuring artwork in a variety of mediums including stained glass, jewellery, wood carvings, sculpture, photography, pottery, painting, and more.
The program will launch on the May long weekend and will be presented throughout the spring, summer, and fall until Thanksgiving weekend. All successful submissions will be featured in a print brochure that will be distributed across the region and will include the artist’s name, website, and link/contact information. This brochure will also be available digitally.
The Town of Collingwood and the Collingwood Downtown Business Improvement Area invite visual artists to submit designs and images to Collingwood Art on the Street 2024. There is no fee to enter and all submissions will be juried by a panel for creativity, originality, and artistic balance.
Complete details and applications for both the Art Chair and Art Banner submissions are available at www.collingwooddowntown.com or by contacting email@example.com
About Collingwood Downtown
The Collingwood Downtown Business Improvement Area is an organization of more than 600 businesses and property owners, which pay a special levy each year to assist in the beautification, maintenance, promotion, and economic development of Collingwood’s downtown area.
The Town of Collingwood is a progressive community located in the heart of a four-season recreation area on the southern shore of Georgian Bay. The area is well known for its many natural amenities and its rich heritage. Collingwood is a destination for tourism and many business, sporting, and cultural events Collingwood acts as a gateway to the South Georgian Bay region, with stunning landscapes that encourage an active lifestyle, and inspire the local arts and culture community. Downtown Collingwood might just surprise you with 30 plus restaurants, 60 plus boutique shops, spas for relaxing, and live music for grooving…all in the only downtown core recognized by Canada’s Registrar of Historic Places! More recently, the harbourfront area is emerging as an extension of the downtown district. Plans for expanding the amenities and events in the harbourfront area promise to make this a much more prominent tourism destination.