A mural affixed to a wall depicting seven figures demonstrating different artistic, healthcare and business professions stands in front of a rocket ship with the words "art," "science," "culture," and "community" written on the nose cone. A map of the world is painted as their background. Four images float above them, displaying a cyclist, an aeroplane, a lightbulb and a cellphone. A separate panel above shows an area with a sign labelled "Bluffers Park." A figure stands in the area, looking to see a cliff-face on a sunny day.
Artist(s): Jim Bravo; with 7 Youth Artists from YOUTHLINK

UDHR Article #27

Completed: Summer 2008

Created by local youth, this mural symbolizes the evolution of community as it celebrates strength and diversity through creative participation.

The mural is part of Amnesty International’s Project Urban Canvas, a mural series celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and focuses on article #27 of the Universal Declaration of Human rights which states: “Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural, artistic and scientific life of the community”

This mural was created by Youthlink in partnership with Mural Routes and supported by a Toronto Economic Development Mural Program grant.


A mural is affixed to a wall, with eleven figures waiting in a line. Above them, four images float, showing a horse-drawn carriage, a blimp, a telephone, a torch, and containers. On a panel above, a winter scene displays a Canada goose flies by a cliff-face.
Other side of the mural
A blue plaque describing UDHR article 27, with the Amnesty International, City of Toronto, YouthLink, Mural Routes and the United Way logos beneath.

Where to Find This Mural

Location: 3600 Kingston Rd, Scarborough, ON M1J 3H3, Canada Get Directions