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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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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2022 WORKSHOPS FOR ARTISTS IN KINGSTON ON

Mural Routes in partnership with the Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF) and the City of Kingston are offering two mural making workshops for artists who reside in Kingston, ON. Workshop #1 Materials and Techniques in Mural Making A successful (painted) mural project starts with the strong foundation of a well prepared surface and finishes with …

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Call for Board Members 2022

In September 2022, Mural Routes will be appointing new Board Members. We are looking for individuals who believe in our vision and goals, and are committed to taking an active role in supporting the organization as it looks toward the future. The Board of Directors provides strategic leadership, establishes policy, and oversees the operations and …

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