The Living City Art Exhibition is an exciting partnership with local artists who are helping to bring The Living City Report Card to life. The exhibit will be located at Evergreen Brick Works from November 24 to December 31, 2017.
The Living City Report Card is a progress report on environmental sustainability in the Greater Toronto Area. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Evergreen and the Crazy Dames are working with seven artists to create public art to expand the environmental sustainability conversation and to raise awareness about environmental issues for the GTA.
The artists have created works inspired by the themes of the report card: water, carbon, air quality, biodiversity, land use, waste, and collaboration. The works will be on display throughout the site at Evergreen Brick Works. Exhibition leaflets will be available from the Welcome Desk in the Young Welcome Centre.
- Carbon: Cat Bluemke
- Air Quality: Gustavo Cerquera Benjumea
- Waste: Paul Chartrand
- Water: 1:1 Collaborative
- Land Use: Cole Swanson
- Biodiversity: Lisa Vanin
- Collaboration: Vivian Wong
Dates & Times
Please be aware that as this exhibition is site-wide, some of the installations may be inaccessible at times if areas are closed to the public. Please contact Hannah Kemp for details of availability before your visit.
The exhibit will be closed December 25, 2017.
For more information about the artists and The Living City Report Card please visit: reportcard.trca.on.ca.
For more information on The Living City art exhibition at Evergreen Brick Works including visitation times, please visit: https://www.evergreen.ca/whats-on/event/art-exhibition-the-living-city/