There’s a beautiful new mural behind Coxwell Station. Find out what makes it special.
These types of projects are quick to execute and have a lasting impact. And they don’t involve a large investment of time or money.
The Public Art Through Construction Hoarding (PATCH) Project aims to not only to beautify construction sites and other underused spaces but to develop positive public spaces and experiences. Developers and community members collaborating to create public art projects that reflect not only the development but area’s heritage and character.
The problem with Peace through Valour, is that it can be easily be overlooked.
The collateral damage was extensive, something that Ken Lum doesn’t shy away from. You do not have to look closely at the 3D printed sculpture you can see piles of rubble in city squares, collapsed walls and what appears to be a destroyed church dome.
Peace through Valour was a gift from the Italian-Canadian community in honour of the more than 93,000 Canadian troops that fought to liberate Italy from the Nazis.
My aim is to develop an appreciation for the art littered in every neighbourhood in the GTA. I also want to encourage you to get outside and explore not just your neck of the woods, but the city as a whole. Sure, I want you to experience great art but I also want you to visit the coffee shops, restaurants, bookstores, boutiques, everything weird and wonderful that make these neighbourhoods unique.