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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
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If you’re looking for an art adventure, Vaughan has 12 new public art stops to add to your plans!
The ARTonBOXES program launched through the Group of Seven REMIXED pilot this spring, transforming 12 traffic signal boxes into extraordinary works of art that enhance the creative urban character of Vaughan’s neighbourhoods, beautify city streetscapes, and discourage “tagging” vandalism. Vaughan secondary school visual art specialty students collaborated with the City to create original artwork for the pilot. The art designs, inspired by the spirit of iconic Group of Seven landscape paintings, were converted digitally into vinyl art wraps and installed on traffic signal box canvases city-wide.
The artworks can be viewed on the traffic signal boxes at the following locations:
Major Mackenzie Drive and Keele Street – Maria Suzdaleva, The Calmest Hour
Melville Avenue and Springside Road – Hailey Shema, Joy
Woodbridge Avenue and Clarence Street – Cailin Sadecka, Ethereality
Woodbridge Avenue and Islington Avenue – Alessandra Raso, The Hunt
Woodbridge Avenue and Kipling Avenue – Allyson Safran, Mountain Vast
Woodbridge Avenue and the Market Lane Shopping Centre – Kaitlyn Hsieh, Wilderness
Chrislea Road and Northview Boulevard – Daniel Zhang, Muskoka Woods
Famous Avenue and Colossus Drive – Anna Ladizginsky, Twine
Apple Mill Road and Millway Avenue – Marni Pellicane, Beauty of Banff
Ilan Ramon Boulevard and Lebovic Campus Drive – Caia Rotman, Peggy
Clark Avenue and New Westminster Drive – Lorenzo Pereira Misiunas, The Lone Boat
Yonge Street and Centre Street – Rana Silakhori, Snowy Serenity
- Group of Seven REMIXED pilot vaughan.ca
City of Vaughan
With a population of more than 340,000 residents, Vaughan is one of the fastest growing communities in Canada, home to more than 217 ethnic or cultural origins with 113 different languages spoken. It is a vibrant, diverse, inclusive and equity-based community that recognizes and celebrates arts, culture and heritage.
We recognize that Vaughan is situated in the Territory and Treaty 13 lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We also recognize the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee. The City of Vaughan is currently home to many First Nations, Métis and Inuit people today. As representatives of the people of the City of Vaughan, we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and live in this territory.