In celebration of Earth Day, Art in Transit for malls features the winning 10 drawings from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation and Earth Day Canada’s second annual Art Contest on mall screens.
The works are screened every five minutes in 42 shopping centres across Canada.
Then from April 24 to May 7, kicking-off the second annual National Youth Arts Week is ‘Pop-up Gallery – Retail Revolution’ featuring a jury selection of the top 20 artworks submitted by youth from coast-to-coast in Canada for a chance to be showcased on Pattison digital mall screens.
Pop-up Gallery – Retail Revolution is a collaborative effort between Pattison Onestop and the Arts Network for Children and Youth.
These projects are part of Art in Transit, Pattison Onestop’s year-long arts and culture programme, presenting thought-provoking projects that enhance the shared environment and transport city-dwellers, if only momentarily, out of their daily routines.