Plant Area – Do Not Remove Snow Recently seen in Saint Michel. Even appears as if someone created a ventilation system.
Just looked at the “about” page here for the first time in forever and realized I have never talked about the picture I used over there. Anyway, this was in […]
Becoming a tradition as this is the 5th installment. And after this long cold neverending winter it is great to get out and see tons of people on the street. […]
This is something I have to try! 21 Swings Exercise in musical cooperation Every spring, an interactive installation takes over a high-traffic area in Montréal’s Quartier des spectacles and […]
Can Karaoke Transform Public Space? by Rachel Smith Government agencies and marketing bureaus across the globe strive to find ways to get people into parks and using public spaces. Some […]
From Henk Hofstra, “In April 2007, het Moleneind, a road in Drachten, The Netherlands, is painted blue to symbolise the water. It is 1000 meters long and 8 meters wide. […]
This just in. This is a very crucial time in the fight to save Meadowbrook. The owner of the land, Groupe Pacific, is preparing plans for a development on the […]
The folks over at Project For Public Spaces have put up a checklist in regard to the above question. Here are a few… In Great Cities… Community goals are a […]
That s the name of this photo by factotum who writes this, The City of Montreal has installed electronic parking meters, but some of the old mechanical parking meters have […]
It was a full house last night at the Gadbois Centre for the information session presented by various community organizations that work directly with the communities that will be most […]
Just a tad late but this weekend he organized The Cans Festival in London. From Wiki, Banksy is a well-known pseudo-anonymous English graffiti artist. He is believed to be a […]
Article in today’s gazette about a public hearing last night on plans to maintain Mount Royal as an all natural park. Some are dissatisfied with the city for not creating […]
Here and there at Turcot Yards…. You may visit Factotum’s Moblog here.
Heather Utah has been posting flags. “The images themselves call out the space between people in public places; I have become increasingly agitated with this designated space – this is […]
In January it was announced that the artist Olafur Eliasson will present 4 installations of “waterfalls” in New York City from mid- July to mid-October of this year. “In developing […]