The Tiny Gallery project builds small, enclosed plinths, and places them on pedestrian-friendly Calgary streets. The project aims to bridge the gaps between street art, gallery art, and public art, simultaneously helping local artists reach a larger audience and making art more accessible to the general public. Tiny Gallery also encourages pedestrian exploration of Calgary communities and promotes locally-owned businesses.
Tiny Gallery is proud to present Parklet #1, a new experimental public space featuring a free library, bench, and free community gallery. The space is currently located on the North-East corner of McDougall Rd NE and 7 St NE, in Calgary. Parklet #1 was built by Mark Vazquez-Mackay and Peter Meadows.