Tag Archives: public art
I jumped on a walking tour of public art in downtown Kitchener on Saturday. I’m new, so I read: “Jane’s Walk is a movement of free, citizen-led walking tours inspired by Jane Jacobs. The walks get people to tell stories … Continue reading
Guelph artist Dagmara Genda’s piece “a really, really big doodle!” is gorgeously plastered across the parking garage at Charles and Benton Streets. So great. Now I’ve only covered 6 of the 15 pieces in the Biennial, so I leave it … Continue reading
I totally love how riled up some people are getting about Shelburne artist Don Miller’s piece “Saturn and Cronus” on David Street, just north of Courtland. The only enemy is apathy.
Here is Toronto artist Darren Copeland sitting on his piece “SITCOM” in Victoria Park. I had an opportunity earlier in the week to help Darren and his co-creator Vancouver artist Andreas Kahre solder together some bits of this sound installation. … Continue reading
CAFKA Biennial, on now. Saw Vancouver artist Sara Graham’s piece “Pype Supersystem” at The Tannery on Friday. Get out in the street. DW
That’s right peeps, the CAFKA Biennial of public art starts today. I poked around town a bit and visited a half dozen installations to get you out on the street and checking out this awesome art. Details at cafka.org or … Continue reading
Wellington at Dundas St., London. I love how these super-plasti-coated tree structures have begun to rust despite the protection. I hope the city lets it roll. (“Trees of the Carolinion Forest” by Bill Hodgson)