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We are surrounded by public art, whether in the form of official commemorative monuments or ephemeral (some say illegal) street art. We will examine the history and current practice of this important art form in Toronto and by comparison, globally. The focus will be on discussing the nature, roles, and issues pertaining to contemporary public art that we can see in situ in downtown Toronto.
Sean Martindale: Love the Future / Free Ai Weiwei, 2011.
This Guide was created for the course FAH 194F "Public Art: Local / Global" by Prof. Mark Cheetham, however it can be used by anyone researching Public Art in Toronto.