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Jul 28, 2023

Have you ever wondered how the creative murals or inspiring sculptures that populate Kingston came to be? Or what's next?

In this month’s episode, we have Danika Lochhead, Manager of Arts and Sector Development and Taylor Norris, Public Art Coordinator at the City of Kingston at the mic. They’ll share some insights into the process behind delivering captivating public art, fostering creativity, and enriching the community experience 

As we all know, podcasts are primarily an audio experience but you can see images of the works in the full description. This way, you can see what we’ll be discussing and follow along with us during this episode. 

Want to see the art in person? Check out the City's Arts Walk, a self-guided tour of the City's Public Art.

Opening Track:

Tell Me Twice by the Meringues - courtesy of the Meringues.

Find our closing track on YGK Music.

Photos by Chris Miner

168 Division St. Mural

A lift pictured in front of a very colourful mural several stories off the ground.

Horse and CartA sculpture of a horse pulling a cart located in a park.

Manidoo Ogitigan

A garden situated in a park.


Looking down through a large circular opening in the floor, a colourful tile mosaic is seen around the circle.

Wilds of Kingston

A human sized bronze sculpture of a pigeon wearing a jacket, shirt and jeans

Skeleton Parks Arts Festival Crosswalk Murals

Three colourful murals painted at crosswalks.