Growing Wild (Maui + Chicago + Jasper National Park + Kootenay National Park)

Artist: Amy Shackleton

1 King Street East Cobourg, Ontario, K9A 1K6

Visitors were encouraged to watch and converse with Shackleton as she created the mural over a two week period. Following the indoor presentation, and in partnership with the AGN, the Town of Cobourg, Downtown Cobourg BIA, Lakefront Utility Services, and a local landlord, the artwork was installed on an exterior wall in the downtown core.

In this piece, urban and wild environments collide in search of growth. Shackleton combines melting glaciers, burnt trees and flooded streets to ask pressing questions about our future. How will we adapt and grow in the face of rising temperatures and water levels? What is truly at stake as our climate changes–the planet or humanity?

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A black and rainbow coloured mural with the words 'Vamos ser bons uns para os outros' a phrase in Portguese meaning 'Let's be good to each other', featuring organic images surrounding the quote.

Vamos ser bons uns para os outros

Artist: Hyedie Hashimoto

Sheridan Ave and Dundas St. West, Toronto, ON M6K 1V7

Vamos ser bons uns para os outros
‘Let’s be good to each other’

An homage to the Portuguese residents in this west-side neighbourhood of Brockton Village in Toronto.

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Cellular to Stellar

Artist: Emily Rose Michaud

3 Route Principale Ouest, Sainte-Cécile-de-Masham, Québec J0X 2W0, Canada

A series of murals were made to ask questions about our experience: Emily Rose Michaud’s mural was installed at Sainte-Cécile de Masham’s Elementary School. The mural provoked reflection on a series of questions to which the public was invited to respond. Two science and health professionals – a data scientist and a health advisor on COVID – developed the questions. A QR code displayed on the murals then directed the public to a web platform with the questions to solicit answers.

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I Love My Hairdo

Artist: Yasaman Mehrsa with Moonlight Murals Colective

4931- 49 Street, Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 1V1

Meet the Street Mural Festival.
This mural was painted for a Hair college.

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North York Love

Artist: Yasaman Mehrsa with Moonlight Murals Collective

5150 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 6L8

North York Arts.
Indoor digital mural for North York Centre in the food court.

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