Explore your inner calm along Queen Street East and virtually

As part of ArtworxTO, Toronto artist Jessica Lin’s The Serenity Experience in Riverside aims to bring calm and spark joy during these challenging times.

It’s an immersive public art exhibit in Toronto’s Riverside neighbourhood which took place in winter 2021 along Queen Street East. The exhibit featured ten illuminated window installations hosted by local businesses along Queen Street East between the DVP and De Grassi Street hat activated nightly from dusk to midnight, along with interactive online and virtual components, accessible anytime.

The artwork explores the question of what triggers our brain to feel calmness and happiness, and suggests ideas as to how we can deliberately harness this to increase our sense of personal well being.

You can still experience it all VIRTUALLY through this website and physically by visiting our legacy window display at Korman & Company, 721 Queen Street East.  This website includes: the soothing sounds, virtual tours, online video content, happiness tips, recommended readings list, virtual artist talks, and get to know artist Jessica Lin!

You’re Invited:

On October 1 at dusk (location: in the parking lot beside 651 Queen Street East), we are hosting a public outdoor screening of The Serenity Experience in Riverside as part of the City of Toronto’s ArtworxTO programme which launched September 22:

DETAILS: Drop by, October 1, 6:30pm – 9pm at 651 Queen Street East (in the outdoor parking lot beside Ride Away Bikes

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