There’s a beautiful new mural behind Coxwell Station. Find out what makes it special.
Find out more about Joe Fafard, one of Canada’s preeminent artists.
What good could a bunch of cows do for a bunch of stressed out urbanites? Find out.
Tell pretty much anyone in this town that you are writing a blog about public art in Toronto and the first thing they’ll ask is: “Have you written about the cows yet?” Somehow seven life-sized bronze statues of cows have become synonymous with public art in this city. But how?
Learn more about the artists responsible for Frozen Moments.
The grubby underside of the urban landscape gets a facelift.
What City of Toronto Public Art program is PATO most excited about for 2017? Find out here.
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 Leslie Grove Youth Centre, affectionately known as ‘The Shack’, hosts five murals celebrating Article 25 of the UDHR:
Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for health and well-being.
But how do you illustrate that concept?