Well, we’ve done it. We’ve posted 100 articles on great art located in the city! Let’s look back at some of PATO’s favourites
It’s been said that art is never complete, only abandoned, so it’s nice to see an artist returning to a completed work to expand it to suit the times. Find out why Monica Winkeler expanded here piece, The Riverside Sports Legacy Mural.
Nothing brings a community together like a shared love of sport. See how Riverside decided to honour these ties that bind.
In his song Changes, David Bowie says that you “can’t trace time.” But Eldon Garnet is going to give it a shot. Find out how.
We’re visiting the final installment of Eldon Garnet’s Time: and a Clock, but is it really then end? Find out.
Change is a function of time, and what better place to contemplate that fact than in an area that is rapidly undergoing gentrification. Find out more.
What is time? And what happens to it and us when we focus too hard on conceptualizing something so fleeting?
Sorry everyone, I’ve been walloped with the flu and haven’t got today’s post up to snuff.
By way of apology and to celebrate World Poetry Day (March 21st), here is a poem by one of my favourite writers, Rainer Maria Rilke.
Hey Everyone! PATO will be on hiatus for the week of March 13th for a little adventure time with my kids. I hope you have a great week.
The Riverside Bridge is interesting, but it needed to be an absolute showstopper.
So how does it go from a point of interest to a neighbourhood icon? Let’s shine a little light on the subject.