In Our Nature

Artist: The E.W.O.C. Project, Claire Browne, Connie Tong, and Sarah Alinia Ziazi

Toronto Zoo, 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, Scarborough, ON M1B 5K7, Canada

*Please note: this was a temporary mural installation.
In our Nature is a community-minded multidisciplinary public art project that celebrates Women of Colour in the Scarborough community through five mural panel installations and musical performances. The murals will spotlight BIPOC women in Scarborough, who are active in community work, and feature them in a green space, changing the narrative around this group’s access, perceived safety and sense of belonging in public spaces. The artwork will purposefully degrade over time to reveal the underset images of the featured individuals beneath the greenery – their faces will be seen emerging from the ground. This is a 2021 City of Toronto Cultural Hotspot Signature Project in partnership with Mural Routes, the E.W.O.C. Project, the Community Arts Guild and the Toronto Zoo.

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Past and Present

Artist: Dom Laporte

49 Chem. de Montréal E, Gatineau, QC J8M 1K3 (Handfield Group Surveyors)

This mural was awarded to me by the Masson-Angers Sector Community Association and the City of Gatineau. The wall is approx 25 x 30′, Spray Paint on Stucco.

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Outside the Box

Artist: Sarah Alinia Ziazi

1760 Ellesmere Rd, Scarborough, ON M1H 2T9

This Bell box visualizes feminine energy and beauty through the juxtaposition of a floral background.

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Bright Future

Artist: Yasaman Mehrsa, Melika Saeeda, Ghazaleh Rastgar

Church Street & Wellesley Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

Ground mural for Church Village and Cafe TO

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