Mural Routes has been monitoring the guidance of Canada Public Health regarding the evolving COVID-19 situation. Our top priority is for the health and well-being of our staff and participants. For this reason, the Mural Routes’ office will be closed until further notice. Our staff will continue to work from home during office hours and can be reached via email.

Featured Mural

Connections Mural Restoration Project

On September 3rd, 2020, Mural Routes, Lead Artist Tara Dorey and volunteer artists worked together to restore the Connections Mural on Don Mills Road.

Featured Member Artist

ANYA MIELNICZEK

Anya Mielniczek is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist who combines her fine art background with raw material grit in both private and public sectors creating mixed-media installations, mural work and facilitating community art activations.

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ARTISTS’ RESPONSE IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

Mural Routes hosted this free online event, open to all registrants, that took place July 29, 2020, to discuss the challenges and responses for mural artists during the Covid-19 pandemic. The discussions focused on artists’ responses to current issues during uncertain times. Watch now.

Mural Map of Canada - how to video

Watch how to add your murals to the map

In this video we go over the steps in adding a mural to the Mural Map of Canada. The map was updated in 2019 with the support of a Toronto Arts Council, Digital Incubator grant. If you're ready to add your mural to the map - click here!.

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Member Interviews: Anya Mielniczek

November 19, 2020

Anya Mielniczek is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist who combines her fine art background with raw material grit in both private and public sectors creating mixed-media installations, mural work and facilitating community art activations. The artists approach to mediums includes latex, aerosol and upcycled waste, working with the mechanical application… Read More

Monthly Member Meet-Ups: Online

November 12, 2020

Mural Routes’ next Monthly Members Meet-up will take place on Thursday, December 17 2020 at 3pm-4pm, online.  As a Mural Routes member you will be emailed a link to join the online meeting via Google Meet, no registration is required. The Mural Routes’ Monthly Members Meet-up is intended to encourage… Read More

Mural Maintenance at the Connections Mural

September 23, 2020

On September 3rd, 2020, Mural Routes, Lead Artist Tara Dorey and volunteer artists worked together to restore the Connections Mural on Don Mills Road. The volunteer artists included: Stephanie Caldeira, Niloofar Elahi, Amy Shackleton, Taryn Wilson and Cameron Jamieson – a local resident and artist who offered to paint 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 – 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

Your donation will help us continue to build partnerships, educate, connect, support and promote mural artists and communities. Make a donation today

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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.