Creative expression and storytelling are important aspects of life at Parkland. It’s what inspires us to thoughtfully design our communities with art to honour local history, scenery and artists.
A new community is emerging in Halifax’s iconic North End neighbourhood, at the corner of Quinpool Road and Robie Street, Parkland at the Common.
This year, we were proud to participate in Nocturne at Night, a contemporary art festival that celebrates Nova Scotia’s visual arts scene, as the Emerging Artist Partner.
Five local artists designed a living canvas on the hoarding wall of the construction site. More specifically, each artist created a unique mural that spoke to the festival’s theme of “building community.”
Thanks to Trackside Studios for leading the project.