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A 3D chalk illusion created by a prominent street artist will be on display in Kelowna this month.
In honour of National Engineering and Geoscience Month, Engineers and Geoscientists BC will celebrate its 100th anniversary by debuting unique 3-D chalk art in locations across the province.
The 3D chalk art piece is by prominent Canadian street artist “Chalkmaster Dave” and features the William R. Bennett Bridge.
It also showcases two other major engineering and geoscience feats that had a lasting impact on the province of BC – the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and the demise of Ripple Rock.
It will be in Kelowna from March 7 to April 7. It will also be shown in Vancouver, Prince George and Victoria.
The piece is on display in recognition of National Engineering and Geoscience Month – a celebration of engineering and geoscience held every year in March.
The month-long event promotes awareness of engineering and geoscience professions, highlights career choices in these fields and reminds the public of the many ways in which engineering and geoscience touch everyday lives.
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