Created in 2003, the ‘South Dundas Churches’ mural depicts the churches of South Dundas throughout the times from 1789-2003 including churches that have been torn down, and newer churches created within the area.
The mural, ‘The New Canadians’, showcases the growth of the South Dundas area throughout time from left to right.
Artist: John Ellenburger A major part of the South Dundas history is the importance of agriculture within the community. The mural ‘History of Agriculture’, created in 2003, depicts how agricultural practices have changed through the years from around 1784 to 1940.
Created in 2017. STARTs International Collaboration Initiative. Painted by @Tikay & @A_n_e_r - Produced by Rodrigo Ardiles
Location: In an alley to the southeast of Huron St. and Dundas West The Great Wall of China mural was commissioned by the Chinatown BIA in July 2013. 18’X122’ painted on prepared exterior brick wall. Artists: Blinc Studios artists Allan Bender, John Nobrega, Rick Sauve, Brian Broders, Jesse McQuaig and Ming Lau, 2013
Mural Routes and Lakeshore Arts present… TO THE WALLS! MURAL ARTS EDUCATION SERIES TO THE WALLS! MURAL DESIGNS AND MAQUETTE EXHIBIT July 30 – August 19, 2013 L Space Gallery, Humber College, 21 Colonel Samuel Smith Dr. Closing Reception: Mon, Aug 19th, 5:30- 7:30 pm (Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/220823808065901/ ) Gallery hours: Mon-Fri 12-5pm An exhibit based on mural …