Winter Stations is an international design competition and exhibition held annually along Toronto’s beaches. Started in 2014 as a collaboration between RAW Design, Ferris + Associates, and Curio, Winter Stations has become a Toronto institution now entering its sixth year of exhibition.
This year see all four installations on Woodbine Beach starting Family Day to March 30.
Winter Stations Art Pop-Up on Queen
Visit 1961 Queen Street East (the former Whitlocks), for the official Winter Stations Art Pop-up on Queen Street East. Hosted by Winter Stations, the Beach Village BIA and councillor Brad Bradford, and programmed with help from East End Arts. The Pop-Ups invite community members to further explore this year’s Winter Stations theme, ‘Beyond the Five Senses’! From a guided photography workshop on the beach, to the creation of a “Beach Bath” using botanicals foraged from the shores of Lake Ontario, come delve into your senses and creativity with five uniquely-themed art workshops!
Join us for the following workshops:
“SEE” – February 23, Photography on the Beach with Diana Nazareth
“TASTE” – March 1, Drag, Food & Aesthetics Workshop with Mikiki
“SMELL” – March 8, Beach Bath & Wild Foraging Workshop with North Shore Apothecary
“HEAR” – March 15, Local Live Music Performance with Artery Collective
“TOUCH” – March 22, Felt Sculpture Workshop with Wendy Anderson