TORONTO'S 3RD ANNUAL LIGHT FESTIVAL GETS UNDERWAY

Jan 18, 2019

By Andy Johnson

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While the GTA works its way through another weekend of winter weather, there is light at the end of the tunnel.  The light is actually in Toronto’s Distillery District where the third annual Light Festival is underway.

The first thing that greets you this year is a 10 metre high bear made of more than 100 car hoods with fish projected on the surface.  Co-creator Lisa Adler says the bear represents the victims of climate change.  The car hoods represent our carbon footprint.

In all, there are 33 exhibitions at the festival covering all manner of light.  The festival runs through March 3rd.
Admission is free.
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