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City selects 12 local artists for small public art projects

The public art program is continuing its annual Local Artist Program this year and has commissioned local artists who have created a variety of small to medium scale artworks throughout the community. The City has just installed the designs of 12 local artists on traffic control signal boxes throughout the city.

Artists were encouraged to submit artwork that focused on inspiring and uplifting the community during these challenging times. This artwork forms an urban art gallery that can be experienced by residents while still practicing appropriate social distancing.

Artwork Locations

Residents are invited to view the artwork on traffic signal boxes at locations around the city.

Intersection of traffic control boxArtist
Appleby Line & Longmoor/PinedaleTeresa Seaton
Brant Street & Baldwin/VictoriaRyan Snook
Brant Street & Ghent AvenueClover Akuoko-Dabankah
Drury Lane at YMCA – IPSHeather Kuzyk
Guelph Line & Prospect StreetNicole Clouston & Quintin Teszeri
Maple Avenue & Mapleview CentreHolly Allerellie
Lakeshore Road & Pearl StreetJason Diesbourg
Lakeshore Road at Lakeshore Public SchoolHannah Doherty
Pinedale Avenue & Bridle WoodJanet Horne Cozens
Upper Middle Road & Duncaster Drive/Cavendish DriveTamara Kwapich
Upper Middle Road at M.M.Robinson High SchoolCody Boucher
Walkers Line & Country Club DriveHannah Brown

Click HERE to learn more and view the artwork

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