It’s very exciting to be close to the Sunday event (June 25) when we will explore the west downtown of Toronto, from the Bentway to Union Station. We’ll see some amazing public art, installations and sculptures, and discuss photography, architecture, culture and public space.
Please read this page for an overview and and then sign up at Tdot.com/events. The walk and tour is $6 per person and the walk is led by our founder Mike Simpson.
Presented by Tdot Shots and Iconic Toronto, this event is part guided tour and part photo walk, and we explore the incredible public art and architecture in the downtown west of the city.
Our typical art walk in the downtown west leads us from the west end at the Bentway (Fort York Blvd.) to the centre of the city at Union Station (Front St).
- the Bentway (various artists)
- Stackt Market (Umbrella Sky Project)
- Bathurst St. Bridge
- Puente de Luz Bridge
- The Audience by Canadian artist Michael Snow
- Chinese Railroad Workers Memorial by Eldon Garnet
- Flower Power sculpture by Mark Di Suvero
- Puente de Luz bridge by Francisco Gazitua
- Canoe Landing Park by Douglas Coupland
We love this route because we pass some of the newest and coolest buildings, parks and artist spaces in the city. The west end is constantly surprising and delighting fans of art and architecture!
Here are some images from the Toronto photo community! Our thanks to all those who capture our city so beautifully. Please give the creators a follow.
Photos from Mike
Stackt Market and Bentway
Rogers Centre and The Audience sculpture
The Audience sculpture at Rogers Centre by Canadian artist Michael Snow / Photo by @amateur_snappyy
The Audience sculpture by Canadian artist Michael Snow / Photo by Saschaporsche Wikipedia
Chinese Railroad Workers Monument
Puente de Luz bridge
Canoe Landing Park
Flower Power sculpture and other public artworks
Join us for a tour and photo walk
We have scheduled guided tours and photo walks, or you can hire us to take your private group. Explore Toronto with us. Sign up at our website tdot.com/events.
More events will be planned for summer and fall. Reach out if you are interested in joining us!