Safe Flight Home

About the Project

Safe Flight Home is a community-based public art project that began in 2020 through intergenerational engagement with free participatory arts workshops, resulting in a public art exhibition across North York, Ontario. In partnership with FLAP Canada, a global leader in protecting birds from the hazards of urban environments, the community-produced artworks are a series of large-scale vinyl window murals at three Toronto Line 1 subway stations.

Where to Find the Activations

These window murals can be found at Downsview Park Station, Finch West Station and York University Station in the North York region.


Fatspatrol (@fatspatrol) and 50+ community participants

Partner/Funder Recognition

Thank you to our partners and supporters!

A City of Toronto Cultural Hotspot Signature Project and as part of ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021 – 2022, Safe Flight Home is in partnership with FLAP Canada and made possible with the support of Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), TD Canada Trust, Ontario Arts Council, funding provided by the Government of Ontario, Councillor James Pasternak, and Councillor Anthony Perruzza.

Safe Flight Home ASL Description