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Pattison Onestop expands Art in Transit program

Pattison Onestop of Toronto is running a new art piece as part of its "Art in Transit" program. The piece, called "Sorry," consists of 20 collaged poems and images by US-based poet Gary Duehr. The poems will appear on Toronto subway screens, Edmonton LRT screens, office building screens in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Halifax, as well as a collection of shopping malls in English Canada. The work will run until the end of February. This is the first of 20 projects that will be featured as part of the company's expanded art program this year.

"I'm excited to launch Art in Transit's 2014 program with Sorry, a darkly humorous project for our darkest winter days, and am very pleased about our expanded reach across Canada," said Sharon Switzer, arts programmer at Pattison Onestop.

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