Ice Breakers Signal Transmission 2019 Exhibition.

This year's Ice Breakers (a collaboration between Winter Stations, WBIA and PortsToronto) will showcase five art installations, which aim is to draw Toronto's residents back down to the city's waterfront during the dark winter months.
“A sponsor of Ice Breakers, PortsToronto is supporting an initiative that brings colour, warmth, and activity to the water’s edge, inviting people out of their buildings to take a winter walk along the Waterfront and appreciate Toronto’s unique landscape at this time of year,” - Deborah Wilson, Vice-President, Communications and Public Affairs, PortsToronto.
The Ice Breakers interactive installations were carefully chosen  during the International Design Competition, and the winning teams from Greece and Hamburg will work alongside the local groups and students from Ryerson University.
You can read more about the exhibition itself and featured installations on the Waterfront BIA's website, and follow the FB page for the updates and media coverage.


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