02. 12. 2014

Mapped: the best free art Toronto has to offer.

Art plays a vital role in creating the vibrant communities that make up Toronto. The city is brimming with public art of all mediums and by a diverse range of artists…..and the best...

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02. 12. 2014

Tara Dorey: Connecting Toronto with Murals

Toronto is home to a diverse population and the stories they carry. The city is lined with these narratives, in the form of the people that move through it and the art that...

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02. 12. 2014

Your Free Art Guide to the Distillery District Christmas Market

Each of us has different wintertime traditions we hold dear, and one of Toronto’s is the yearly Christmas Market in the Distillery District. It’s an event that mostly focuses on the sounds and...

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02. 12. 2014

Toronto’s Clean Trains

Tagged and graffitied subways are a rare sight these days. Anyone caught vandalizing a TTC vehicle nowadays can face hefty fines and even jail time. But in the 70’s and 80’s, when graffiti...

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12. 11. 2014

RavinePortal: Art exhibit sheds light on Toronto’s untapped wilderness

  Finding your way into one of Toronto’s ravines isn’t easy. The trails are often unmarked and difficult to spot from the road, and they are often poorly maintained. There are few places...

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12. 11. 2014

Toronto and the Arts – an Infographic

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12. 11. 2014

Butch: Not Like the Other Girls

Fans of LGBT art, rejoice: Canadian photographer SD Holman has a new exhibit on display, and it’s queer, free to see, and lovely.   Holman’s photo collection Butch: Not Like the Other Girls...

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12. 11. 2014

Graffiti Alley – a photo essay.

Graffiti Alley is the mecca of Toronto street art. Spread over around a kilometer of brick, garage door, AC vent and fire escape, Rush Lane (to give it its Sunday name) hosts some...

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12. 11. 2014
Laura Mendes and John Loerchner, co-creators and directors of Labspace Studio. (Courtesy of Labspace Studio)

Inside the World of Public Installation Art in Toronto

Toronto is home to a long list of public installation art, work that both integrates with the environment of the bustling, diverse city and makes people stop in their tracks. Here is a map...

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08. 10. 2014

Timeline: A History of Public Art in Toronto

This timeline looks at the development of Toronto’s policy on public art and the pieces that influenced the urban landscape and social consciousness of our city. We’ll travel from the earliest public statuary celebrating the...

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