Member Interviews: Andrea Rodriguez

Andrea (aka Andreacataro) is creative, bold, and colourful. Her art mixes plants, animals, and letters to honour nature. It is reminiscent of her childhood years in Colombia, incorporating them into her Canadian life. As an artist, Andrea feels that her purpose is to create awareness about the loss of flora and fauna through engaging and …

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Mural Routes' Theory of Change diagram

Mural Routes’ Theory of Change

We are thrilled to share Mural Routes’ first ever Theory of Change! In June, Mural Routes embarked on a strategic planning exercise to explore ways for achieving positive change. With funding from a Canada Council for the Arts Digital Generator (Stream 1) grant, we were able to work with Relativ Impact, who have guided us …

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Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art

The Midtown Yonge BIA is currently undertaking “Midtown Yonge BIA Connects! Through Community Animation & Art”, an ambitious project to define a shared sense of community identity through public art. The BIA believes public art is key in building their business community back better from the pandemic, enlivening the streetscape after years of development, making …

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Watermarked as part of ArtworxTO - an artist's hand painting on the ground. The City of Toronto and Mural Routes logos appear at the bottom.

WATERMARKED – As part of ArtworxTO

As part of ArtworxTO, WATERMARKED is an experimental mural project that will allow artists and community members of all ages and abilities to experiment with rain-activated paint while co-creating a temporary public artwork at the Port Union Village Common Park in Scarborough. This project aims to push 12 emerging and established artists’ creativity to create …

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Working at Heights Training: Summer 2022

In partnership with StreetARToronto, Mural Routes is offering multiple sessions of subsidized full Working at Heights Certification training, as well as subsidized Working at Heights REFRESHER, with priority given to mural artists with confirmed StART Projects in 2022, that require them to work with their feet 6′-or-more off the ground.. Working at Heights Certification is required …

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