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New public art selected for Greely Village Park

community art winner

Ottawa-based artist Tim desClouds has been awarded the public art commission for Greely Village Park. His winning project, A CELEBRATION OF COMMUNITY, features two large whirligig-weathervane sculptures. The sculptures will sit on the main pathway, inviting visitors to discover the park grounds. Made of metal, the artwork will rise 20 to 24 feet, with each weathervane spanning an area of 8 square feet. Seating will be built in at the base of each sculpture.

In addition to public art, the new park will provide a full-sized soccer field, skateboard and BMX facilities, tennis, basketball, junior and senior playground areas, gazebo, seating, open space play zones, landscaping, naturalized planting and walking trails. The artwork and Phase 2 of the park project are expected to be complete in late 2016.

The City of Ottawa launched a two-stage competition for public art at Greely Village Park in March 2015. A public open house and an online survey invited comments from the public. The peer assessment committee selected A CELEBRATION OF COMMUNITY based on factors such as artistic merit, durability of materials, the artists’ experience, comments from the public and the project’s engagement of park users.

Artist and retired Canterbury High School art teacher Tim desClouds is no stranger to public art. His projects can be seen on Bank Street in the Glebe, and in McNabb Park at Bronson and Gladstone Avenues. His work is also located at the Orleans Branch of the Ottawa Public Library and at the Garry J. Armstrong Long Term Care Centre.  Born in Montreal, desClouds earned a BFA from York University (Toronto) and a BEd from Queen’s University (Kingston).

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A CELEBRATION OF COMMUNITY, concept B for Greely Village Park by Tim desClouds.

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Community Highlights

Greely Community Association General Meetings
Dates listed below
At the Greely Community Centre, 1448 Meadow Drive, 7:00pm

 

GCA Meetings
2015 - 2016 

September 09, 2015
December 09, 2015

March 09, 2016
June 08, 2016

 

Thank you 2015

Greely Canada Day Sponsors

Ontario Lottery and Gaming

Heritage Canada

Rural Affairs - City of Ottawa

Rideau Carleton Raceway

Marathon Drilling

Clear Water Works

Albion Glass and Mirror

Orchard View Wedding and Conference Centre

Greco Lean and Fit

Greely Lions Club

Bruce Brayman – Raymond James Ltd

Councillor George Darouze

Greely Sand and Gravel

Mackinnon’s Foodland

Crepin Group of Companies

Stagra Automotive

Sunset Lakes Development

Poplar Grove Campground

 


Updated progress of Greely Village Park.

Please note that we have updated our website with the revised park presentation plan for Greely Village Park. The updated plan illustrates the layout and configuration for the beginner skateboard and BMX facilities as well as capturing adjustments made during the construction of Phase 1. As the update indicates, park construction will continue over the summer, fall and into 2016.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

http://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/planning-and-development/whats-happening-your-neighbourhood/greely-village-community-park

Regards,

Jennifer Hemmings, OALA, CSLA

Parks Planner

Development Review (Suburban Services-Southeast)

Planificatrice de parcs

Examen des demandes d'aménagement (Services suburbains, Sud-Est)

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City of Ottawa | Ville d'Ottawa

613.580.2424 ext./poste 20157 

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Greely Village Park– Public Art Survey

The City of Ottawa invites you to share your thoughts on the public art proposed for Greely Village Park. Artists Karl Ciesluk, Kenneth Emig, Marcus Kucey-Jones and Tim desClouds have been shortlisted to develop public art proposals for the new Greely Village Park. One artist will be selected by a peer assessment committee to bring their proposal to reality.

An online survey is available until midnight July 28. View the proposals and submit your comments online.

Your comments are important! The committee members selecting the winning proposal consider all public comments when making their final decision.

The committee members for Greely Village Park evaluate the artists’ proposals in regards to its connection to the park and surrounding community, artistic excellence, integration with the park, feasibility of the project, safety, permanence and the response from the public.

For more information:
613-244-4261

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Public art for Greely Village Park

Commission program

 

 

Parc du village de Greely – Sondage d’art public

La Ville d'Ottawa vous invite à faire part de vos réflexions concernant l'œuvre d'art public proposée pour le parc du village de Greely. Les artistes Karl Ciesluk, Kenneth Emig, Marcus Kucey-Jones et Tim desClouds ont vu leur candidature retenue et pourront soumettre leur proposition détaillée d’œuvre d’art public pour le nouveau parc du village de Greely. L’un d’entre eux sera sélectionné par un comité d’évaluation par les pairs et pourra donner vie à son projet.

Un sondage en ligne pourra être rempli jusqu’au 28 juillet à minuit. Examinez les propositions et faites part de vos commentaires en ligne.

Vos commentaires sont importants. Les membres du comité de sélection tiennent compte de tous les commentaires reçus au moment de prendre une décision finale.

Le comité créé pour le projet du parc du village de Greely évalue les propositions des artistes au regard de leur contexte par rapport au parc et au secteur environnant, de leur excellence artistique, de leur intégration dans le parc, de la faisabilité du projet, de la sécurité, de leur caractère permanent et de la réaction des membres du public.

Renseignements :
613-244-4261

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Œuvre d’art public pour le parc communautaire du village de Greely

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2015 Annual General Meeting - Dignitaries 

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Councillor George Darouze, MP Pierre Poilievre, Mayor Jim Watson, GCA President Bruce Brayman

 

Great AGM with good attendance and question and answer session with politicians.

 

 


 

 

Call to artists: Greely Village Park


The City of Ottawa invites artists to submit their qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install permanent artwork for the Greely Village Park. The budget for the commission is $70,000 plus HST.

Submissions must be received by mail or by hand no later than Monday May 4, 2015 at 4 pm.

An information meeting will be held at the Routhier Community Centre, 1st Floor Training Room, 172 Gigues Ave, Ottawa, on Thursday, March 26, 2015, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to provide potential applicants with the particulars of the site and the project. 

For more information, please review the Call to artists: Greely Village Parkonline or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

       
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Welcome! The Greely Community Association (GCA) is a not-for-profit organization created to advance community interests and improve the quality of life for the people of Greely. Our members are local residents and dedicated volunteers who share an interest in their community. The GCA shares information and provides support to the Greely community in several ways:

      • We provide a forum for discussion of issues, build consensus and bring conclusions to the public attention
      • We cooperate with and support other community organizations in the pursuit of common interests
      • We keep the community informed about activities and opportunities that may be of benefit or interest to Greely residents
      • We initiate social, educational, recreational and other new programs as needs present themselves in our community

 

Dear Residents of Greely,

The Greely Community Association (GCA) Beautification Committee is looking for residential input on strategies to improve the appearance and beauty of Greely. Please take 5 minutes to complete this survey to improve the beauty of our community.

Visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WQWRW2S

For more information or questions about the Greely Beautification Committee, please contact Jennifer Brown-Vowles at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you,
GCA President

 

 

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