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Posts tagged with public-art

  1. How well do you know your neighbourhood?

    22 Nov 2017

    by Emma Renaud It’s my third year here in Montréal and as time passes, I am realizing just how vibrant the city’s history is. We all know of neighbourhoods such as the McGill Ghetto, the Plateau, the Vieux-Port, etc. But how well do you know the past of all those little


  2. Red Flags

    31 Oct 2017

    by Hannah Nashman  While walking along a beautiful trail called the Beltline in Toronto earlier in October, I came across a display of art that sent chills through my body. The path came to a bridge over Yonge Street that from a distance looked festive, with hundreds of red ribbons…


  3. I created my own public art crawl..and so can you!!

    06 Feb 2017

    By: Ann Cernek  Last fall, Catherine LaRivière wrote an article about the role that public art plays in breaking social barriers and shaping the city’s identity. The streets of Montréal are filled with public art, and even the shortest of walks reveal the creativity of the city, whether through a…


  4. Painted Fourth Walls

    04 Nov 2016

    by Catherine LaRivière My morning commute from the suburbs is a long one, usually about two hours spent on a bus or train catching up on readings and beginning the process of keeping myself sufficiently caffeinated for the day. It’s the same mundane drudgery as any other trip into town;…


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