Watermarked as part of ArtworxTO - an artist's hand painting on the ground. The City of Toronto and Mural Routes logos appear at the bottom.

Watermarked

As part of ArtworxTO

WATERMARKED is an experimental mural project that will allow artists and community members of all ages and abilities to experiment with rain-activated paint at the Port Union Village Common Park in Scarborough.

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MIDTOWN YONGE BIA CONNECTS!

The Midtown Yonge BIA is currently undertaking “Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art”, an ambitious project to define a shared sense of community identity through public art.

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Featured Member Artist

PAM LOSTRACCO

Pam Lostracco is a muralist and graphic designer in Toronto. She graduated from OCADU and worked at studios designing brands, books and illustrations. Click to read Pam's member interview.

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Locate and learn more about murals and artists from all over Canada. Is your mural missing? Click here to submit a mural to the map!

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Mural Routes' Mission, Vision & Goals

For over a year Mural Routes' Board of Directors has been working to update our mandate to better reflect what we do and value as an organization.

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GOLDEN MILE FOOD EQUITY COMMUNITY PROJECT

Register now: local artists and community members will facilitate four workshops where participants will learn, create, eat, and grow together.

News

Sidewalk Play Murals

August 5, 2022

Tropical Snakes and Ladders, by AndreacataroLocated at: Yonge St at Millwood Rd, north east corner (1953 Yonge St) Tropical Snakes and Ladders, by Andreacataro. Photo… Read More

Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art

July 26, 2022

The Midtown Yonge BIA is currently undertaking “Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art”, an ambitious project to define a shared sense of… Read More

Watermarked as part of ArtworxTO - an artist's hand painting on the ground. The City of Toronto and Mural Routes logos appear at the bottom.

WATERMARKED – As part of ArtworxTO

July 21, 2022

As part of ArtworxTO, WATERMARKED is an experimental mural project that will allow artists and community members of all ages and abilities to experiment with… Read More

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Want to get involved with Mural Routes? The best way to support us, keep up to date, and learn about opportunities in mural art is to become a member.  Mural Routes offers our members unique opportunities to network with artists and administrators, receive job opportunities, and learn about the latest developments in mural art trends. Become part of the mural art network today – join Mural Routes.

“When I moved to Canada in 2016, I was mesmerized by beautiful murals all around the city. I was very excited to see all the murals because I always wanted to do bigger scale work. Then I found Mural Routes’ Mural Art Career Development (MACD) Program while I was searching for an opportunity. And it changed my life entirely.” – Jieun June Kim

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Mural Routes:

  • Inspires the creation of public art as a catalyst for community building
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Mural Routes activates communities by facilitating the creation of responsive, collaborative murals, and provides opportunities to build and advance careers in mural art. Our vision is to be a leading resource for all artists, organizations and communities creating mural art.