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Public Poetry

We’re used to art in public places, like this mosaic in the Lonsdale Quay Market in North Vancouver, which was made by young people in an arts apprenticeship program.








Poetry in public places is less familiar.  So I wanted to share this by Victoria’s Poet Laureate Linda Rogers.

They are a custom made cover for the free-flloating stainless steel globe sculpture at Government and Fisgard Streets, coincidentally next to Satin Moon.  In past winters, the globe was removed because of the damage of freezing; this is a much more elegant and eloquent solution!


Fibre artist/writer/editor in the Hawaii of Canada, a.k.a Vancouver Island

2 thoughts on “Public Poetry

  1. Lots of very interesting snippets here – what a busy time you have! Thanks for stopping by to see me, will be popping by and following your projects with interest! Keep well 🙂

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