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Home Construction Art Program

Art plays an important role in encouraging ridership, improving perceptions of transit, contributing to way finding, and enhancing community identity. It is a key component of the SkyTrain system, featured at all existing Millennium Line stations and many other stations or plazas along the SkyTrain alignment.

All six Broadway Subway Project stations will incorporate art. The project team is working directly with Indigenous Groups on a process to bring Indigenous art to the stations.  The Province is commissioning additional artists for Great Northern Way-Emily Carr, Mount Pleasant, Broadway-City Hall and South Granville Stations.  Note: Artwork for Broadway-City Hall Station is still being determined – more information to come!

Broadway Subway Project artists

Great Northern Way-Emily Carr Station

Lou Sheppard is a Canadian artist working in interdisciplinary audio, performance, and installation-based practice. He often looks to what is missing, or can no longer be experienced, in a particular place – creating art that memorializes characteristics that once existed in the area surrounding the installation. 

Sheppard will engage Emily Carr University of Art and Design students in conceptual development.

Mount Pleasant Station

Sylvan Hamburger is a visual artist working in printmaking, installation, and community-engaged practice. He often uses salvaged architecture to consider the historic and social implications of changing built environments. Sylvan grew up in East Vancouver within the asserted traditional territories of the Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Selílwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

South Granville Station

Vancouver-born Derek Root is a graduate of Emily Carr University of Art and Design and has exhibited across Canada and internationally. His commissioned work uses the language of geometric abstraction and vibrant colour to alter viewers’ readings of architecture and space.