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Ice Breakers Exhibition Returns This Winter

Need some motivation to explore Toronto’s waterfront this winter? Waterfront BIA’s second annual Ice Breakers exhibition, in partnership with PortsToronto, is once again bringing art to Toronto’s Waterfront.

Chosen from more than 100 submissions from artists around the world, the winning five installations were selected in October by a full day of jury deliberations which included PortsToronto’s Deborah Wilson, Vice President Communications and Public Affairs.

The installations, inspired by the theme “constellation,” will be spread along the waterfront from York Street to Spadina Avenue. This year’s winning installations were conceived by artists from China, Portugal, Calgary, Winnipeg and Vancouver. They include:

Through the Eyes of the Bear: A giant red bear based on the constellation Ursa Major that will enable visitors to look through it’s eyes at the surrounding view. The installation will be built with renewable, recyclable and compostable materials.

Black Bamboo: Made from 90 painted bamboo poles, the abstract cube-shaped installation will enable visitors to walk and climb through it.

Winter FanFare: This installation will feature a variety of rotating fan sculptures that visitors can run in and around.

Ensemble: Merging architecture, music and astronomy, the installation is inspired by wind chimes. Visitors will be able to touch the installation to create unique sounds.

Root Cabin:  The unique installation is made entirely of weathered roots and wood, creating a cabin that can only be seen through looking at the coloured gaps in the pile.

Ice Breakers begins January 19, 2018 and will run for five weeks. Find out more about Ice Breakers here.
 

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October 22 Road closures for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Please be advised that there will be multiple road closures in proximity to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport due to the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October 22.

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