Image Description: A headshot of HRH Anand Rajaram. His body is facing the camera but his eyes are looking down to the left side. He is wearing a plaid shirt and is in front of an orange background. Drawn around his head are fish gills, fins and bubbles in coloured pencil.
A fish walks onto a GO Train...
Art In Transit: Luminato on the GO follows grumpy, urban Fish suited and caffeinated, as he begins his morning commute, yearning for the water and feeling the call of the lake. With assistance from a cheery Train Conductor and chance encounters with musicians and dancers, ritual and readings, Fish rides the train all the way home to Lake Ontario, while slowly transforming from a fish-in-a-suit into his true aquatic self.
Waiting for Fish at Union station is the musical Welcoming Committee, featuring different artists each day, who joyfully join him on his final quest to the water.
Art In Transit: Luminato on the GO brings the delight and whimsy of street theatre to everyday train commuters. Popping up on a different Go line, and in various Union Station lobbies, every weekday of the festival, this is a morning commute you won’t want to miss. Make sure to catch the GO so you don’t miss the boat!
How to Experience Art in Transit: Luminato on the GO!
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Special Thank You to Teena, Sandra, Adam, the team at Metrolinx, and Union Station
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