Deadline: April 8th, 2019

Mural Art Career Development

60-hour curriculum program that includes sessions delivered by professionals in various aspects of project management and artistic production. The program is designed to address the needs of emerging mural artists and project managers, preparing them for the workforce by providing training in a range of necessary skills for a successful career in mural art.

Featured Mural

Creekside: Eastern Gateway Mural

A signature project of Cultural Hotspot - East, Creekside: Eastern Gateway Mural is a permanent piece of public art, created to welcome visitors entering south Scarborough from the east. Creekside is located on Old Kingston Road in the Highland Creek area of Scarborough.

Featured Member Artist

Dom Laporte

Dom Laporte is an Ottawa-based artist whose work explores the limits of portraiture through a combination of traditional painting and mixed-media methods. Click to read our interview with Dom.


Mural Production: A Resource Handbook

From the amateur artist to the professional, from the interested wall owner to members of council, community and business associations, this handbook aims to assist in the creation of many significant murals to come.


Toronto Mural Archive

The Toronto Mural Archive is a research project and touring exhibit, the first of its kind to survey the history of mural art in Toronto. In 2017-2018, Mural Routes worked to piece together the story of the city’s murals through gathering research in the form of documents, articles and first-hand accounts and interviews. You can now check it out online!



April 17, 2019

INTRODUCTION TO MURAL ART Humber College North Campus, Building J, J235A  Campus Map  Mondays 5-8pm, from May 6 – June 17 (six classes) Monday May 6 Monday May 13 No class on Holiday Monday, May 20 Monday May 27 Monday June 3 Monday June 10 Monday June 17 All ages;… Read More


March 19, 2019

Emerging mural artists and project managers – apply now to Mural Art Career Development 2019! Applications due: Monday, April 8th, 2019 at 5:00pm Program Schedule: May 7th – July 2nd, 2019 Tuesdays 6 – 9pm, May 7 – July 2nd Plus the following Saturdays: May 11, 10am – 5pm May 18,… Read More


March 4, 2019

Call for Proposals: 19th National Mural Symposium, Presented by Mural Routes October/November 2019 (date TBC) – Toronto, Canada OVERVIEW Mural Routes’ 2019 Symposium Committee invites proposals for participation in the upcoming 19th National Mural Symposium, to be held in the Fall of 2019 (date TBC) in Toronto, Ontario (venue TBC).… 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 – join Mural Routes today.

“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
  • Educates, trains and elevates mural artists and their work

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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.