STO Union

Visual Arts

People Watching Station

People Watching Station

People Watching Station • Installation
This interactive installation takes something that humans do, compare themselves to others, and turns it into a more aware experience through art and fun.

The Empty Stage

The Empty Stage

What would you put on the stage? Submit your entries and view the first Empty Stage Video here.

Noondaadiwag – They Can Hear Each Other

Noondaadiwag – They Can Hear Each Other

Anishinaabe artist Ginnifer Menominee has created drawn representations of animals that live alongside us on Unceded Unsurrendered Algonquin territory (Ottawa/Gatineau).

AI RITUAL

AI RITUAL

AI Ritual – information from an intimate public sharing is fed into an AI model which then creates a final thought that it shares back to us. In AI Ritual, AI is the artist and does what artists do: paint a picture of who we are at this given time.

CREATION ROOMS

CREATION ROOMS

Creation Rooms are spaces designed for the public to enter, roll up their sleeves, and let themselves be creative through the arts.

STAR

STAR

Grand Finale Video, live art and installation.

ON DISPLAY FROM DECEMBER 20th 2023 to JANUARY 3, 2024
A community art project and fundraiser for the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund
at Kaffé 1870
715 Riverside Drive,Wakefield Quebec

RIVER Finale

RIVER Finale

A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment. In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons.

RIVER SPRING

RIVER SPRING

River Spring 2022 – Drawing by Stephanie Hill

Seeker Tee-shirts

Seeker Tee-shirts

Detail from Production: What Happened to the Seeker • 2015 • Black t-shirts with white lettering and design • Designs by George Acheson

STO Union acknowledges that our headquarters, located in Farrellton, QC, are on the unceded, unsurrendered Territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation whose presence here reaches back to time immemorial.