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We proudly present Eat & Seek, an inventive outdoor space that will be open to the public starting June 1st until Fall 2021, located at the main west entrance near the Food Court and Forever 21. Explore vibrant designs and wordplay that will inspire you to hunt for hidden messages in a larger-than-life word search, attempt an unconventional hopscotch, and explore puddles of magnetic colour amidst a vast, mysterious grid.


Eat seating at Eat & Seek

Benches at Eat & Seek

Eat & Seek Artwork

Benches at Eat & Seek

Eat & Seek has been curated in partnership with PARK and features work from two Alberta artists. The collaborative concept and original artwork were conceived by Calgary-based muralist Nicole Wolf and Edmonton creative, Chris Provins. The unique outdoor dining space will feature an interactive landscape of typography and shape that will encourage play and exploration for visitors of all ages.


Eat and Seek promotional images

What to Expect

We invite you to enjoy your next meal at our new interactive outdoor seating area. Click here to view a list of eateries open at Kingsway. We’d love to see and re-post your photos! Make sure to tag us at @KingswayMall and use the hashtag #EatnSeekYEG.


  • Eat & Seek will include two self-seating patio spaces with capacity for up to 60 guests.
  • All visitors will be required to follow local regulations for social distancing and group sizes.
  • Four people per table maximum, households only, or 2 close contacts for those living alone (see here for full details).
  • Housekeeping staff will circulate regularly to ensure the area remains clean and sanitized.


Eat & Seek exterior view

Artist Nicole Wolf


Nicole Wolf is a full-time artist. Her work explores the mysteries of human behaviour, untold narratives, and unseen realities. She creates comics, paintings, and public art out of a generally messy studio in downtown Calgary, Alberta. Explore more of Nicole’s art on social media at @nicolewolfdesign.


Artist Chris Provins


Since graduating from Industrial Design in 2007, Chris started off as a product designer. From there he became heavily involved in the branding and design side of things at Lift Interactive, whilst still keeping his feet wet in the design and manufacture of jewelry with his wife’s business Hunt Amor.

Currently, Chris works as the Creative Director at Studio Bramble — a carpentry, millwork, and design studio in Edmonton Alberta. The Studio Bramble team has worked on interior design, custom furniture, product design, displays, signage, and graphics for an impressive list of local businesses. Including Duchess Bakery, Made By Marcus, The Bower, Bar Brico, and Gravity Pope. Discover more of his work on his website and social media at @studiobramble and @provinsco.



What is Eat & Seek?

Eat & Seek is an interactive art installation located at the main west parking lot at Kingsway Mall. It offers socially-distanced seating for 80 guests to sit and eat.


Why is it called Eat & Seek?

EAT refers to the main purpose of the space, which is to give people a safe place to enjoy their food outdoors.

SEEK refers to the theme of the interactive art at the space, which includes an interactive landscape of typography and shape that encourages play and exploration.


When is it open?

Eat & Seek will be open starting June 1st until the end of fall 2021. It is open during regular mall hours.


Where is located?

Eat & Seek is conveniently located right outside Entrance 1 in the parking lot of Kingsway, which is next to the food court.


Do I have to buy food to go there?

No, Eat & Seek is open for anyone to stop by and enjoy, with or without food.


What safety measures are in place there?

Eat & Seek is a large, outdoor self-seating area with capacity for up to 60 guests. Dedicated housekeeping staff are in the area during all peak hours to ensure the area remains clean and sanitized. All visitors are required to follow the most recent Government of Alberta health measures when visiting. Sanitizing wipes will also be available at the area for public use.