Wall Art Learning Series

Working at Heights

Mural Routes is once again partnering with Street Art Toronto to offer subsidized Working at Heights training for mural artists. Limited spaces are now available for May 6th, with more dates coming soon.

Wall Art Learning Series

Health and Safety for Murals

Join us May 13 to review important health and safety tips for mural artists, including hands-on practice with ladders and scaffolding.

Featured Mural

Kids Play

This mural, by artist Bill Wrigley, is painted on the two abutment walls and four centre columns of the bridge crossing Sheppard Ave. just west of Leslie Street in Toronto. It was completed in October 2006...

Featured Member Artist

Peru Dyer Jalea

Trained in both, traditional and digital art, and taking from his 18 years painting graffiti, Peru found his calling as a muralist and graphic artist. ...


Introduction to Mural Art Showcase: East End

April 27, 2017

You are invited to our upcoming Mural Art Showcase, featuring the designs of our Introduction to Mural Art program participants! Introduction … Read More

WALS: Murals, The Fine Print

April 25, 2017

Do you know your rights as an artist? How to negotiate a contract? Who holds copyright for your work in … Read More

WALS: Health and Safety for Murals

April 25, 2017

Mural artists work in unusual places, and it’s important to know the risks involved. Join us May 13 to review … Read More

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We create, promote, educate, advise and link artists, organizations and others that are interested in the development of wall art. Mural Routes has become the primary advisor for communities engaged in producing public wall art in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.