Category: Public Art


Shutters asks visitors how much art do they allow in? Are your blinds closed to community projects or do you let it all in? Do you engage or view from a distance? Various local artists created murals to encourage visitors to change their work by blocking out parts as you deem fit, create icons or […]

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Good Fortunes

Good Fortunes is a large-scale version of the classic fortune teller machine, re-visioned for the current age to provide positive and mindful readings to those who dare to accept them. Good Fortunes explores how despite each of us coming from a plurality of backgrounds, we can all pave the way to a positive future. Our […]

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High Praises

The year of 2021, Year of Public Art, has been dedicated as the kick-off year for the City’s new 10-Year of Public Art Strategy  signalling Toronto’s renewed commitment to public art. High Praises are a series of large-scale text installations of positive messages installed on rooftops throughout the Queen West streetscape. Each message is a reflection […]

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