Tag: murals

Summer 2013 Mural Team Update

The first two weeks of the summer have flown by!… Here are some highlights: We have a team of 8 youth employed to work for us throughout the summer from TDSB Focus on Youth, Tropicana and local High school Coop students, led by Lead Artist, two assistant lead artists, and our Program Coordinator. One of our Coop …

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Leadership Training in Mural Making 2013 update

We had a tremendous response of applicants for our 2013 season of Leadership Training in Mural Making, and this year’s class is made up of 18 students – a variety of talented emerging artists who are ready and eager to engage in learning hands-on mural making techniques and project management skills. So far, our class …

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Leadership Training in Mural Making 2013: Call for Applicants

LT_Application  <—- Click for application form and send to: tara@muralroutes.com!   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Leadership Training in Mural Making 2013 Call for Applicants LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN MURAL MAKING – 2013 Certificate Program Leadership Training in Mural Art Production & Project Management for Youth Artists aged 16-30  May 1st – July 10th, :   Wednesdays 4-630pm & Saturday …

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14 National Mural Symposium in Toronto, ON

Mural Routes 14th National Mural Symposium was successfully held on the weekend, October 28th – 30th, 2011. This year’s symposium “The Big Picture” included a session on Monumental Murals by keynote speaker Charlie Johnston, one of Canada’s acclaimed muralists.  His legacy of murals graces the walls of many towns and cities in Canada and the USA. …

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The Bridging Project (Summer 2010)

The Bridging Project transformed an east Toronto six-lane traffic bridge on Lawrence Avenue East (between Orton Park and Kingston-Galloway) into the connector between the two neighbourhoods.  Mural Routes collaborated with The Amazing Place, Jumblies Theatre, Scarborough Arts Council and Toronto Culture – Arts Services on The Bridging Project, bringing arts and environmental activities to the …

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