Each year, we lose some good outdoor art in Winnipeg. For the year indicated, here's a last look at, a last goodbye to some of the artwork that has disappeared that year.

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2 Forks Market Road   

This Mural, rendered by Art City Youth, was originally located in the outside courtyard at City Hall, 510 Main Street, facing South. It was installed for the International Conference on War-Affected Children. It also celebrates the Decade of the Child. It was moved to the Forks late in 2003. In 2014 the exterior of the building was renovated and the Mural came down. Original notes follow:===

Project leader: Katharina Stieffenhofer

Art City Staff: Monique Lysak, Kristen Bingeman, Jonato Dalayoan, Gail Anderson-Checkley, Ingrid Roeder.

Youth Participants from Art City and Winnipeg high schools and collegiate institutes: Paris Moroz, Kelsey Kakegumick, Raymond Berg, Naomi Goodman, Juan Santos-Nata, Alana Santos-Nata, Ashley Mason, Kim Osborne, Pam Beleski, Laura, Ashley Funk, Allison Slessor, Abra Dueck, Amanda O'Soup, Kendra Magnusson, Robyn Carriere, Kaylie Thompson, Jessica Wakden, Mary Lou Cabiles, Cynthia Lui, Natalia Nevporna, Jessica Jaial, Ali Eng, Sean McDermid, Brennan Smith, Emily Wagner, Krista Riley, Diana Ibrahim, Jennifer Chomokovski, and Elvira Kastrati.

Assistance from Lloyd Brandson and Chris Sol.
Supported by the City of Winnipeg and Mayor Glen Murray.