Connextions Public Art Installations in Oakville, Summer 2021


Image, left: Hannah Veiga, detail. right: Heather J.A. Thomson, detail

Public Art Installations
Town of Oakville

Connect with temporary public art installations in local parks featuring seven local emerging and professional artists with strong connections to Oakville. Public art plays an important role in building community, promoting dialogue and fostering a sense of belonging. From July 1 and throughout summer, everyone is invited to engage, explore and get inspired by the installations on display at the following parks:

Heather J.A. Thomson
Minor Alterations: Oakville
Shell Park
3307 Lakeshore Road West

Melanie Billark
Stronger Together
Westwood Park
170 Wilson Street

Shahrzad Amin
Bridge Obscura
Oakville Centre for Performing Arts at Centennial Square
130 Navy Street


Image, left: Ignazio Nicastro, detail. right: Tazeen Qayyum

Ignazio Colt Nicastro
An Echo of Oakville
Glen Abbey Recreation Centre
1415 Third Line

Tazeen Qayyum
Hope is the Thing with Feathers
Memorial Park
120 Oak Park Boulevard

Hannah Veiga
A Seat in Serendipity
Pondview Pond
490 Pondview Place

Quinn Hopkins
Lions Valley Park
1227 Lions Valley Road


Image, left: Shahrzad Amin, video still. right: Melanie Billark, detail

For more details about the artists and the Connextions Art Project, visit

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For more information contact: Program Supervisor – Culture, 905-845-6601 ext. 4614 or email:

Honouring the Land
The Town of Oakville resides on sacred treaty lands 14 and 22 and traditional territory of the Mississaugas, Neutral, Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee. This land is covered by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabek to share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. We acknowledge and thank the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation for being stewards of this traditional territory.