Humber Public Art Project

Commemorating the Humber River’s 20th Anniversary as a Canadian Heritage River

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in partnership with Greatness – The Great Lakes Project and Waterlution will develop a signature permanent public art piece along the Humber River which will pay lasting tribute to the importance of the Humber River, Lake Ontario and all Great Lakes through art, culture and natural heritage. The Humber Public Art Project will engage watershed residents and communities, including Indigenous communities will be engaged in a project that celebrates how vitally important Lake Ontario and the Humber River are to our communities, and how they are integral to our collective history.

By contributing to the Humber Public Art Project, you are investing in the cultural heritage of the Humber River, and creating a meaningful artistic space – connected to the Great Lakes – for your community.

About

This Humber Public Art Project builds on the model and success of Great Art for Great Lakes in other Ontario regions and communities. To learn more, visit: greatnessglp.com/GAGL/

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Join us and become a part of Humber Public Art Project, investing in the cultural heritage of the Humber River, and creating a meaningful artistic space .