Public Art

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Tdot Shots Photo Walks in Toronto (Graffiti Alley to CityPlace)

Are you interested in Tdot Shots photo walks? Comment on this Instagram post and subscribe to our newsletter if you’d like to join us next time. Walks are by invitation to our supporters and take place throughout the summer and fall. . In the IG post are some images from the walk last Sunday, July…

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Toronto Public Art: Exploring Downtown Parks, Sculpture and Murals

Toronto public art is at once beautiful and thought provoking and sometimes controversial. Often tied to development it tends to appear in areas with new buildings. Our writer Donna Chong explores some new and classic favourite public art works, between City Hall, the Financial district and Canary District. Read on for background on TO public art and a mini tour of each location.

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Capturing Kindness During Crisis (Signs of the Times in Toronto)

Documenting Our Community and Covid-19 via Street Photography Article and images by Shawna Cohen aka @co.snaps Sleep while you still can, they told me. Kiss your career goodbye, they warned. Ah, the things you hear when you’re pregnant. Turns out, what I missed most after having a baby was simply brunching and wandering the city:…

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Toronto Public Art: Yonge St. Clair Mural by Artist Jerry Rugg aka birdO

This mural at Yonge and St. Clair in Toronto was created by artist Jerry Rugg (aka “birdO”) in cooperation with StreetARToronto (StART) – an organization supporting street artists in the city. Location: 1 St. Clair East at Yonge St. (just a few steps from the St. Clair TTC subway station). The art has two aspects…

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Iconic Toronto: A Transit Fan’s History of the TTC’s CLRV Streetcar

The Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV) has been a unique staple of Toronto for 40 years. They’ve rumbled across Toronto streets ever since September 30, 1979. Now, they are retired as of December 29th, 2019.

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Toronto Light Festival at Distillery District (Winter Fun and Photo Ops)

This year’s Toronto Light Festival is one of the best in recent years. If you’re looking for an evening of magical family fun head down to the beautiful, historic Distillery District to check out the Light Installations.