Winter Stations Art Installations (Feb 21 to March 31, 2022) – Woodbine Beach, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Are you looking for something fun to do over this winter? If you can brave the cold and enjoy outdoor winter fun, then Winter Stations Art Installations located at Woodbine Beach, Toronto is just perfect for you.

This Winter Stations Art Installations have been going on for a number of years now (at least 5 years as far as I can remember). Each year, a number of new artists, including some from International Artists get to setup art installations along the life guard stations and near the shoreline to display their artwork.

This FREE outdoor public exhibitions is happening right now from (February 21 to March 31, 2022).

The main purpose is to provide artists a platform for them to showcase their creative artwork, but it also a great way to showcase the Eastern Beach area, it’s a way to get visitors to check out what the Woodbine Beach and the Eastern side of the communities have to offer.

There is a theme each year and this year’s theme is “Resilience“.

What does resilience mean?

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from a negative experience or difficult challenge. Resilience is built by having confidence that you’ll be able to get through or work around your problems, and by learning effective ways to cope with negative thoughts and emotions.

If you would like to learn more about the installations for this year’s 2022 Winter Stations, click here.

Winter Station Art Installations – Woodbine Beach, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Address: 1675 Lake Shore Blvd E, Toronto, ON M4L 3W6
Phone: (416) 338-4386
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  1. Afshin Ashari on

    I wonder if there is any specific reason that OneCanada art installation is not included in your photos:)?

    • Hi Afshin,

      Thank you for your moment, much appreciated. There is no particular reason for not including OneCanada art installation in our photos. That day it was super freezing cold, so me and my staff stood from a far at the parking lot and zoom in the closest few art installations. So, there is no particular reason. If you do have a few photos that you can provide consent/permission about OneCanada art installation, I am happy to update and post it on our MoVernie BLOG. Let me know your thoughts. 🙂


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