Plenty Canada, in partnership with the Town of Lincoln and other Indigenous stakeholders, is accepting proposals from Indigenous artists, or Indigenous-led artist teams, to produce two (2) public artworks to be incorporated within Jordan Hollow Indigenous Cultural Park (at 3039 King St. Jordan, L0R 1S0). Each artist or artist team will be responsible for creating one (1) public artwork.
Plenty Canada received a non-repayable contribution of $180,00 through the Government of Canada’s Tourism Relief Fund to support this project.
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