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Burlington Waterfront Sculpture Trail

April 21 – June 2, 2023

Spencer Smith Park and Brant Street, Burlington


The Burlington Waterfront Sculpture Trail is an outdoor, fully accessible trail of 30+ sculptural works that link the Art Gallery of Burlington, Spencer Smith Park and Downtown Burlington BIA on Brant Street. You can visit the trail any time of day or night, and you can walk, run, inline skate, skateboard, and cycle from end to end.

Each sculpture has a sign that tells you about the artist, the intentions behind their work and where you can find more information about their incredible work.  Guidebooks are available at the Art Gallery of Burlington, Joseph Brant Museum, City Hall and many retailers and restaurants in Downtown Burlington.

The goal of BWST is to bring sculpture into the public realm in a free and accessible trail linking major elements of Burlington’s stunning downtown core and waterfront. Artists from across the country are paid an exhibition fee to present their work, and the DLISC team works to sell the works to drive additional support to Canadian artists.

The Dan Lawrie International Sculpture Collection has been supporting the commission and exhibition of sculptural works for over 10 years.  Borne out of Dan Lawrie’s love of sculpture, DLISC has sponsored public art commissions through the City of Burlington Public Art Program, the Art Gallery of Burlington, Joseph Brant Museum and has led the creation of the sculpture collection at Royal Botanical Gardens over the past decade.

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