2015 Art Relay Recap
The vision of the Pan Am Path is to combine the power of art and sport to create a living path across Toronto. From May 16 to August 15, 2015, the Pan Am Path has come alive with a city-wide relay of art installations and events. Each week, the festival will travel across Toronto to celebrate our city’s greatest assets: diversity, nature and arts.
Pan Am Path Art Relay - J'ouvert Performance & Carnival on the Pathway
On July 25, 2015 the Art Relay hosted "J'ouvert Performance & Carnival on the Pathway", a parade and performance of Pan American dance and music led by Ballet Creole.
Pan Am Path Art Relay - "Corridor Connections" by Sean Martindale and No. 9 Contemporary Art and the Enviornment
Pan Am Path Art Relay - "Corridor Connections" by Sean Martindale with Yvan MacKinnon and No. 9 Contemporary Art and the Environment, and Centennial College Students: MingYue Troy Lin, Kristen Penaud, Sara Vargas Nessi and Colleen Zimmerman.
Pan Am Path Art Relay - "Shift" by East End Arts (July 11, 2015)
Featuring installations and murals by the STEPS Initiative, Z’otz* Collective, Project Gallery and Labspace Studio, Shift playfully explores diversity and emphasizes the potency of a simple change of perspective.
Pan Am Path Arts Relay - Trailer
Friends of the Pan Am Path & the City of Toronto Proudly Announce PAN AM PATH ART RELAY.
Combining the Power of Art and Sport to Create a Living Path Across Toronto From May 16 to August 15, 2015, the Pan Am Path Art Relay will travel across Toronto, engaging with local community groups to celebrate some of the city's greatest assets: diversity, nature and arts. The series of events will take place along the Path and will feature public art installations, music, performances and family-friendly festivals.