Local and global arts, culture, and performances, throughout indoor and outdoor spaces. (image: Egill Saebjörnsson, Flying Waters © Egill Saebjörnsson, König Galerie, St Agnes, Berlin)
Therme Group has a deep connection with and commitment to the arts. At all our destinations, we make it a priority to collaborate with local arts, culture, and diversity organizations to support their work while connecting visitors to the local cultural scene in spaces outside the traditional walls of museums and galleries. Visitors to Therme Canada | Ontario Place will enjoy indoor and outdoor art programming organized by Therme Group’s dedicated art program, Therme Art.
*left: Serpentine Pavilion 2020/2021 Designed by Counterspace, Exterior View, Serpentine, London, © Counterspace Photography © 2021 Iwan Baan
Therme Art is the cultural incubator of Therme Group. Responsible for outreach to creative communities, it curates forums between culture, science and society and works with internationally renowned artists and architects, as well as emerging talents.
• Therme Art commissions and develops site-specific artistic projects that challenge the limitations of conventional exhibition spaces and redefine contemporary art viewing.
• Therme Art curates year-round programming for the Therme Group sites.
• It also curates a year-round programme of events including the Wellbeing Culture Forum, a series of discussions gathering experts from diverse fields, to realise a vision of the city and its cultural activity in symbiosis with the natural world.
Therme Art will work at Therme Canada | Ontario Place to showcase site-specific projects that represent and capture the essence of Toronto and Ontario.
• Entrance Pavilion: Will provide an indoor venue for Therme Art so that visitors are welcomed to the site by beautiful and thought-provoking art.
• Public Gardens: The planned outdoor spaces surrounding the facility will house permanent art installations and temporary shows that are open to the public.
*left: Serpentine Pavilion 2019 Designed by Junya Ishigami, Serpentine Gallery, London (21 June–6 October, 2019), © Junya Ishigami + Associates. Photography © 2019 Iwan Baan
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