Public Art Competition for Brunswick Center Scarborough
Brunswick owner Scarborough Group International has teamed up with Scarborough TEC to launch a design competition it hopes will inspire a new public art installation at the centre.
The “Bolder Brunswick” competition invites art students in grades two and three at Scarborough TEC to submit designs for a large-scale work of art that captures the essence of downtown’s past, present and future. city of Scarborough to appear above the main entrance. in Brunswick.
Scott McCabe, SGI Group Director, commented:
“As a business, we are extremely passionate about supporting our local communities and strive to develop talent where possible, so teaming up with Scarborough TEC to identify ideas for how we can enliven the Entering Brunswick and enhancing the experience of our visitors made perfect sense.
“I look forward to reviewing the entries and finally seeing the winning artwork come to life and be displayed in a prominent place for all to enjoy for many years to come.”
Simon Gummerson, Senior Partner at Scarborough TEC, commented:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to take part in a large-scale project that will not only allow them to showcase their work within the local community, but also potentially allow them to add value to a major attraction. from downtown, and we’re extremely grateful to Scarborough Group International for providing them with the platform to do this.
The finished designs will be featured in an exhibition in Brunswick that will be open to the public beginning April 25, 2022, with judging scheduled to take place May 6, 2022.
Submissions will be judged by a panel of local stakeholders, including the MP for Scarborough and Whitby, the Right Honorable Sir Robert Goodwill; Janet Deacon, Head of Tourism and Culture at Scarborough Borough Council; Zoe Aldcroft, Scarborough rugby star and 2021 World Rugby Women’s 15s Player of the Year; Scarborough News editor Steve Bambridge; Associate Director at Scarborough TEC, Simon Gummerson; SGI Group Director, Scott McCabe; and Brunswick Center Director Stephen Marriott.