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This month, you can take a serene evening stroll along Toronto’s waterfront along a path of glimmering art installations that rustle in the wind. As you follow winding trails and bridges, you can hear the sound of a crackling bonfire and waves crashing against the shoreline while taking in a picturesque view of the city’s skyline. 

Lumière: The Art of Light is taking place at Trillium Park from March 12 to April 20 with 17 pieces of art, featuring the work of a variety of Toronto artists. This year, the theme of “connections” explores the many ways that light can create connections between people, the environment and aspects of our lives.

WATCH | 3 Toronto artists describe how their pieces illuminate connections in the city:

The exhibition highlights pressing topics from environmentalism to Indigenous reconciliation. The Toronto Observer spoke with three artists to learn more about their contributions.

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