Winter Stations Take Over The Beaches
Tuesday Apr 25th, 2017
This year’s Winter Stations Design Competition, the temporary interactive exhibit, launched on Family Day transforming lifeguard stations across the city’s east end beaches, from the foot of Woodbine Avenue all the way to Balmy Beach Club.
Now in its third year, Winter Stations showcases 8 art installations designed to celebrate Toronto’s winter waterfront landscape. The theme this year is “catalyst”, with artists and designers asked to consider their submission as a catalyst for change, including how materials may be reused in future art pieces.
With pieces like a cluster of mirrored buoys, an upside-down forest, and a giant dog made completely of recycled materials, this year’s collection is sure to add artistic curiousity to the waterfront over the next five weeks. We encourage you to head on down to the beach and join the community in experiencing the unique and diverse installations.
The Winter Stations will remain on display until March 27th. For more details and a map of the exhibits, visit their website by clicking here.