Toronto Through My Lens


At 7 Hart House Circle in the University of Toronto sits a bronze sculpture entitled Rune. Placed in 2001, the piece was created by artists Randy Gledhill and Berenicci Hershorn.

What exactly is a “rune”? Merriam-Webster defines rune as: any of the characters of any of several alphabets used by the Germanic peoples from about the 3rd to the 13th centuries. As applied here I would imagine rune refers to information/education as provided by a university.


  1. jody

    Once again, you’ve shown me something I have never seen!

  2. David Lalonde

    Interesting, but I don’t get it. but then again, we can’t all like everything.

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