It’s The Summer Of Public Art #AtTheWaterfront
Looking for something to do in Toronto this weekend? We are so excited about the abundance of public art installations along the Toronto waterfront right now!
We hope you’ll be able to use this list to help plan your downtown Toronto weekend visits with your partner, friends or family! We’re thrilled to be able to help provide free public art for the Toronto community to enjoy.
On August 7th, BSAM Canada revealed the Olamina public art installation at Aitken Place Park. It is greatly inspired by Octavia E. Butler’s Parable series, taking its namesake from the main character of Butler’s novels, Lauren Oya Olamina, and the folktales of the African water deity, Mami Wata.
KEMETIC YOGA SERIES
As part of BSAM Canada’s Waterfront Artist in Residency, they have released a Kemetic Yoga Series. The sessions are filmed along the Toronto waterfront at the Westin Harbour Castle as a way to showcase locations in the city that offer a connection to healing energy. The series will have a total of five sessions.
THE PEACEMAKER’S CANOE
PLAYING IN PUBLIC