September 24 to October 24

Toronto Island Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, online and on the ground

The theme: “HAVE FUN”

Rogue wave n. an unpredictable, abnormally large wave that occurs on a seemingly random basis in the oceans. Freak waves, also known as rogue waves, or monster waves, are relatively large and spontaneous ocean surface waves that have been known to wreak havoc on sea-going vessels.

About Rogue Wave to Toronto Island: In the spirit of rogue waves – unpredictable, causing disruptions, affecting change, and with short notice – artists devise their own creative response to the theme. The works are site-specific, created or re-installed on the Island. Online on Facebook and Instagram there are daily posts featuring a different artist and their project each day.

Rogue Wave is open 7 days a week and is accessible by ferry from The Jack Layton Ferry Terminal located at the intersection of Bay St. and Queens Quay Blvd. Schedules and ticket purchase available online. Links to the ferry services and various water taxi services are on the home page. Wheelchair accessible.

Rogue Wave is supported by City of Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division, Shadowland Theatre and the Toronto Island Community.