How do you encapsulate Toronto in a single image?

You explore its every nook and cranny, speak to everyone you meet, snap a photograph and weave it together.

Muralist Jason Rouleau, photographer Randy Richardson and artist Mike Davis visited several Toronto neighbourhoods over the last few weeks to take photographs for a mosaic photo project unveiled at Yonge-Dundas Square to mark Toronto's 182nd birthday as part of CBC Toronto's Art in the 6ix event.

"Finding yourself in the [project] is just one part of it," Richardson said. "It's actually seeing how you make up the tapestry that is Toronto. I found myself within this, too."

"We went all over Toronto — downtown, the east, the west — we did get to represent a wide variety of people in Toronto and the diversity," Rouleau said.

CBC Toronto Art in the 6ix

CBC Toronto is throwing a 182nd birthday bash for Toronto. Join us at Yonge-Dundas Square Friday to Sunday for the festivities. (CBC)

Mayor John Tory said Toronto should celebrate its diversity and "that's what this art does."

CBC Toronto wants to feature you in the piece, too. Have your photograph taken to become a part of the artwork.

We'll be at the square 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. all weekend.

Art in the 6ix

CBC Toronto hosts Matt Galloway, Anne-Marie Mediwake and Dwight Drummond alongside Song in the 6ix winner Britney Davis and muralist Jason Rouleau at the unveiling. (Pascal Marchand/CBC)

Stop by our cozy CBC Winter Lounge for hot chocolate and tons of giveaways (while quantities last.)

CBC Toronto's Art in the 6ix

Visit the CBC Winter Lounge for hot chocolate and giveaways. (CBC)