3 art in­stal­la­tions up for award

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Three Cal­gary pub­lic art in­stal­la­tions have been nom­i­nated for the top 100 Peo­ple’s Choice Co­daawards. The Co­daaward is given an­nu­ally by Co­da­worx to “re­mark­able works that suc­cess­fully in­te­grate art into in­te­rior, ar­chi­tec­tural and pub­lic spa­ces.” The three nom­i­nated pieces from Cal­gary are Emer­gent by artist Jill An­holt on the cor­ner of

1st Street and 9th Av­enue S.W. down­town, across from the Pal­liser Ho­tel; Macleod Trail by artist Vicki Scuri, at the Macleod Trail and 162nd Av­enue S.E. in­ter­change; and the YW Hub Fa­cil­ity. The top 100 were cho­sen by a 16-per­son jury from 446 nom­i­na­tions. The jury will de­cide on a win­ner in 10 cat­e­gories and two peo­ple’s choice win­ners are de­cided by a pub­lic vote at co­da­worx.com.

The pub­lic has un­til June 30 to vote on the top 100 nom­i­nees. Win­ners will be an­nounced on Aug. 30.

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