The BC Hydro Box Beautification program in Pitt Meadows adds beauty to its surroundings and celebrates local artists. There are currently  29 BC Hydro boxes in the finishing stages of this first project.   Visit to view the entire collection of public art and their locations throughout town.

Call For Katzie First Nation Artists

This call for artists aims to celebrate the creativity of Katzie First Nation artists with a connection to Pitt Meadows, located on the unceded territory of the Katzie First Nation.

The City is working with BC Hydro to identify utility boxes at key locations to be wrapped with a selection of artwork. This project provides emerging artists with a venue to display their work, enlivens the city scape and helps to deter graffiti vandalism.

As part of the BC Hydro Box Beautification Program in Pitt Meadows, the City of Pitt Meadows is looking for artists or photographers to submit two dimensional artwork from their current portfolio. 


This call will be open to Katzie First Nation artists only. Elders and youth artists are strongly encouraged to submit. Original two dimensional media such as photographs, digital designs, and/or paintings will be considered.

Chosen artists will have their work produced and installed as a wrap on a BC Hydro box with their name printed on their artwork. As well, each artist will be recognized on the City`s website, Facebook and Instagram pages.

New deadline for submissions is 4:00pm on Friday,  August 14, 2020. Late submissions will not be considered.

See the attachement below for full submission requirments and information.

BC Hydro Box Submission Guidelines

Please send your submission and/or any questions to




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