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Interconnection Audio Stories: Knowledge, Myths and Legends

By Bloor Annex BIA and STEPS Public Art

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“Interconnection Audio Stories: Knowledge, Myths and Legends”, an award winning and multidisciplinary collaboration with Indigenous mural artist and storyteller Joseph Sagaj, Indigenous storyteller Jacque Lavallee, and audio artist Saroja Ponnambalam.


Follow this 40m long mural through Paul Martel Park while you listen to audio recordings and soundscapes that share a glimpse into the abundance of legends, myths, and knowledge of Indigenous worldview, culture, and ancient stories. The title “Interconnection” implies a connection, how we relate to each other and to our surrounding environment.

  • Walk Start Location: Paul Martel Park (10 Madison Ave; Madison and Bloor) The Mural has a plaque to guide attendees

This is a self guided tour and can take place at any point


Language: English 

Theme: Arts and Culture, Environment and Sustainability, History and Community, Indigenous Storytelling.

Accessibility: Uneven terrain, Breaks encouraged, Dog-friendly walk, This is a self guided audio tour and required the attendee to provide their own phone or listening device. The stories can be streamed live or downloaded at home.

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