Come and experience this tour of public art around Midtown Toronto as part of ArtworxTO Tours. The tour will introduce you to some of the public art installed in and around the neighbourhood. You’ll see works that respond to specific sites, and works that aim to inject a bit of whimsy into the urban landscape. This Tour starts at Broadway Ave (near Yonge and Broadway) and ends at Mount Pleasant Rd and Davisville Ave. The Tour takes about one hour. See works such as Stargate, The Iron Horse and Mindshadows.
St Clair West
Please join us on this tour of St Clair West as part of ArtworxTO Tours. The Tour starts at Tweedsmuir Ave near the St Clair West subway station and ends on Bathurst St, south of St Clair. It takes about forty-five minutes. We’ll take you through the neighbourhood and tell you about some of the artwork that you see, and the artists that created them, including some extraordinary murals depicting the indigenous life in this area, and an ambitious work that brings new life to a traffic island, and even has its own soundtrack.
Corktown & Regent Park
Take this tour of public art in Corktown and Regent Park as a part of ArtworxTO Tours. We’ll visit a number of newer works, installed before the 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Games, as well as other works in expected places, responding to these rapidly changing neighbourhoods. This Tour starts at the northwest corner of Eastern Avenue and Sumach Street and finishes in Regent Park. The tour takes about 45 minutes. Explore works such as "Water Guardians" and "No Shoes!"
Church Wellesley Village & St. James Town
Join us on this tour of public art in Church Wellesley Village and St. James Town as a part of ArtworxTO Tours. We will start at the corner of Church Street and McGill and finish a few blocks from there on Church Street just north of Wellesley. The tour will take around an hour to complete. You’ll discover epic murals such as "The Bathhouse Raids" and works like "Forest Walk" that bring nature into the city. Let’s go!
Take this tour of public art in Old Toronto as a part of ArtworxTO Tours. We’ll explore a variety of artworks that speak to the myriad histories, identities and experiences that overlap in this neighbourhood. The tour includes works such as "Monument to Multiculturism", "Garden Court" and "Massasauga Lily." This tour starts in front of Union Station, and finishes at Adelaide and Victoria Streets and takes about 60 minutes. We’ll take you through the neighbourhood and tell you about some of the artwork and sculptures that you see, and the artists that created them.
#EastEndLove curated by East End Arts
Starting at Broadview and Danforth, and travelling east, you will see a lot of #EastEndLove on display for this first route of our Local Discoveries walking tours. Along this route you’ll discover work that celebrates our connections to one another, to our neighbours, and how unstoppable we are as a force for collective good. This route is a great excuse to check out the new Danforth Bike Lanes as part of #DestinationDanforth.
Around the World – East End Arts
Taking our start at Danforth and Woodbine, this route sends us on a world tour through the east end. You’ll find murals celebrating the incredible diversity of global cultures that find their home in east Toronto, and all the food that goes along with them! Along this route you will find opportunities to contemplate the ways we are connected to the world beyond our own backyard. Note: Covers Ward 14 and 19. Please check route map. The tour is suited to biking, walking, TTC or a combination.
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