We host workshops and events facilitated by professional artists from a variety of disciplines.
Following the artistic impulse of professionals is what has made our work strong for the past ten years.
We work in two parks in Central Etobicoke: Mabelle Park and Broadacres Park. We’re excited by the role public spaces like these can play in peoples’ lives.
We believe that everything we do is made better the more people take part.
Our work is driven by a bias toward including as many people as possible. Therefore, workshop and event plans need to be flexible to accommodate the active participation of many.
We work intergenerationally. This means that our artists need to be ready to engaged both five and ninety-five-year-olds.
The resulting artworks are neighbourhood-specific and reflect our collaborative relationships.
These relationships make their way into the landscape in the form of physical elements - both lasting and transient - through collaborations with gardeners, landscape architects and builders.