Think creatively about public streetscapes by helping to choose the design of the bike racks to be installed along Cornell Street as part of the Kingston Connectivity Project. The KINGSTO+N Bike Rack Design Competition, a partnership between Live Well Kingston and O+ Festival, will add a new element of distinctive public art to Kingston streets.
The five finalists are Kathleen Griffin, Paolo Vidali of Hidden Gears, Keith Carollo, Rick Whelan and Madelyn Erb of Ditto! Design! and Hugo Jule-Quintanilla. The finalists are entitled to wellness visits in the pop-up clinic during the Oct. 6-8, 2017 O+ Festival in Kingston. The winning designer will receive a Wellness Clinic visit and $500.
To vote, click on your favorite bike rack design image, which will bring you to a new window, and then click on the “thumbs up.” You can vote for one design or as many as all five designs, but you cannot vote more than once for any particular design. Online voting concludes at the end of the day on Wednesday, March 29.