Category: MURALI

Learning, training and mentorship have been a priority for Mural Routes since 2001. In 2016, Mural Routes brought our education programs together into the Mural Art Learning Institute (MURALI), a continuum of training programs for mural artists and managers. All MURALI programs are generously funded by an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grow Grant.

20th National Mural Symposium Summary

Mural Routes thanks the speakers and participants who joined us for the 20th National Mural Symposium! This virtual event (held over Zoom) ran November 15 – 18, 2021 with multiple sessions scheduled each day. It was a great opportunity to learn from and connect with other like minded individuals from across the country. About the …

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Introduction to Mural Art: Burlington 2021

Introduction to Mural Art is a free visual art learning program for all ages (14+) and abilities. Participants learn basic art, design, and mural-making skills from professional artists, gaining the skills and confidence to participate in public art projects in their communities. Introduction to Mural Art is comprised of six workshops. Workshop topics include: drawing …

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PIECE BY PIECE: Online Mosaic Workshops for Scarborough Residents (55+)

Thanks to a Government of Ontario Seniors Community grant, 27 Older Adults (55+) and Seniors (65+) living in Scarborough developed mural-making skills with experienced mosaic mural artist Cristina Delago. As part of the program, delivered virtually, each participant created a mosaic panel to contribute to this large community mural project on the theme of gratitude. …

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Registration: Artists’ Response in Uncertain Times

2020 has shown us that mural artists can be looked to as the cultural “First Responders” in Uncertain Times. Join us online as this panel of speakers share examples of how individual artists, collectives, and organizations can creatively pivot and negotiate the margins, and lead with creative solutions during these uncertain times. Date: Wednesday, July …

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