Parks and Public SpacesYaletown umbrellas send Instagrammers into a frenzy

Yaletown umbrellas send Instagrammers into a frenzy

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A canopy of colourful umbrellas in a small Yaletown plaza is sure to brighten up a gloomy day.

The art installation, called “Underbrella,” was installed by the Yaletown Business Improvement Association in Bill Curtis Square, behind the Canada Line station.

The installation will stay up for the summer, and social media users are encouraged to share photos using the hashtag #underbrella.

Yaletown Public Art Umbrellas
The umbrella art installation in Yaletown is called “Underbrella.”

With cherry blossom season over, the timing for local Instagrammers is ideal.

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