Winter Stations hit the Beach

Isla Bunga hangs out in Montreal-based MUDO’s Floating Ropes installation at the Winter Stations launch Feb. 15, 2016. PHOTO: Anna Killen

The Beach has been busy this month as public art lovers from across the city visit the second annual Winter Stations, an art and design competition that asks the viewer to ‘Please, touch the art’. The public art installation, launched on a frigid Family Day, Feb. 15, will be up at Kew, Scarborough, and Balmy Beaches until March 20. Check out our gallery, below, and see how the final designs compare to their submitted designs.

[envira-gallery id=”19040″]


Was this article informative? Become a Beach Metro Community News Supporter today! For 50 years, we have worked hard to be the eyes and ears in your community, inform you of upcoming events, and let you know what and who is making a difference. We cover the big stories as well as the little things that often matter the most. CLICK HERE to support your Beach Metro Community News!

Click here for our commenting guidelines.

Leave a Reply

*