The McMaster Museum of Art facilitates, oversees, and commissions several public art installations year-round. The public art program aims to: engage the community at large by marking art directly accessible to the public, encourage curiosity and appreciation for the arts, and enhance cultural identity and vitality by invigorating public spaces with uniqueness and meaning.
In addition to commissioning work for the building’s façade, its sculpture garden, and McMaster University campus, the museum also collaborates with local public art commissions including providing annual support for Hamilton’s Supercrawl Public Art Commission Program.
Recent public art commissions are detailed below. To explore our whole collection, please visit our eMuseum.
Image: Shellie Zhang, To What Do We Owe This Honour?, 2020