The LUNA art show is fast approaching and all of us here can’t wait for you to see the work we’ve been creating! The best way to experience art is in person, and so we hope that you can visit Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG) between September 28th and October 15th to see this collection of original art that’s been inspired by the Wilket Creek ravine.
The art show coincides with the fourth annual Urban Ravine Symposium which takes place on Thursday, October 10th. This event brings together people from across the city who are curious to learn about these natural spaces. I encourage all Torontonians to attend the symposium and discover some of the magnificent treasures we have at our doorstep.
Further details about the symposium, including how to sign up for the event, can be found here:
If you’re interested in meeting the artists behind LUNA (we’re all super friendly!), we’ll be at TBG on the day of the symposium. I’m also one of the scheduled speakers, and will be sharing stories from LUNA’s year-long art project.
For those unable to attend the symposium, the artwork will be on display inside the Weston Family Library, which is open daily to the public. All the work is for sale and LUNA will be donating fifty percent of the proceeds to ravine conservation initiatives happening at TBG.
We hope to see you at the show!