Join local artist Katie Green as she discusses her inspiration, process and final outcome of the latest temporary art installation along RiverWalk in East Village. Mix and mingle with the artist and project participants over light refreshments following the main program.
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Located on bridge abutments, sheds and public washrooms along RiverWalk, Katie Green’s artwork – entitled Bridge – is truly a representation of the East Village community, celebrating the people most connected to it, their stories, and the neighbourhood landscapes in which they unfold. In this installation, East Villagers explored empowerment through anonymity as they posed in various spaces around East Village, wearing masks they made in collaboration with the artist.
This temporary public art installation along RiverWalk is the fourth in CMLC’s Art in the Public Realm program. Like its predecessors, Bridge will be up for 36 months until the next call-out for local artists.