City of Labyrinths
Toronto City of Labyrinths is a Project to create a labyrinth within walking distance of every Torontonian inside the city limits of Toronto Ontario Canada.
Labyrinths are placed in public spaces and public events such as neighbourhood street parties and major city festivals like Pedestrian Sundays.
The City of Labyrinths Project was begun by HiMY SYeD in 2002.
- Labyrinths in Islam – Hidden in Plain Sight . . . Five Times a Day
- Pedestrian Sundays Kensington Market, 6th Anniversary of the Blackout – Pin Wheel Labyrinth Game
- Ossington Avenue Blackout Party – Walk a Luminaria Candlelight Labyrinth
- Sand drawn labyrinth washes away at Woodbine Beach
- Prairie Drive Park / Warden Woods Labyrinth as glimpsed through eastbound TTC subway train window
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Tag Archives: Ossington Avenue
By HiMY SYeD | Published: Wednesday, August 12, 2009
As part of the ongoing Toronto City of Labyrinths Project, you are invited to walk a Giant Candlelight Luminaria Labyrinth slightly hidden somewhere along Ossington Avenue. If you discover the secret location early enough, you can help light up the many many many many candles. Blackout Party – Friday August 14, 2009 28 venues from Queen to [...]