Sports art sought for Langley park

A contest is being held to create wall panels for McLeod Athletic Park.

Designs for public art at a Langley sports field are needed.

Langley Township is looking for a few good artists, to design decorative fencing for a major sports centre.

The Township will install a fence line separating seated and standing spectators from athletes at the McLeod Athletic Park.

The fences will be designed with images that are themed around track and field and individual and team outdoor sports.

A total of 10 designs will be chosen for inclusion on up to 20 flat steel panels. The works must be in black and white.

Artists can submit up to five different designs, and $500 will be awarded to artists for each selected design.

The submission deadline is July 31, 2015, at 4:30 p.m.

An application form and template can be downloaded at

Email scanned applications and high-resolution designs to or drop them off at the Langley Centennial Museum at 9135 King Street in Fort Langley.


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