Tag: street art

WALS: Graffiti Art Workshop

We’re kicking off our Hands-On Wall Art Learning Series with a full-day, hands-on graffiti art workshop! What: Full-day workshop including a theoretical overview of graffiti art style and culture, and lots of time for hands-on practice with aerosol spray paint. When: Saturday, June 10th, 10am-4pm Where: Mural Routes Office, 1859 Kingston Rd., Toronto Who: Led by …

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LIVE ART FESTIVAL – JUNE 20th

LIVE ART FESTIVAL – SATURDAY, JUNE 20 (2015), 10AM – 9PM   Let’s paint the Corktown! A multi-arts festival celebrating contemporary mural, graffiti, and street art under one concrete roof. As part of the Friends of the Pan Am Path Art Relay, with arts events across the city’s public trails this summer.  Full Description and Details: The …

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“Rainbow Tunnel” Mural Update

About one month in to our Spring project and the team is about half-way through painting the Inner-tunnel and North-facing side of Toronto’s infamous and much-loved “Rainbow Tunnel”. Many people know the tunnel as a bright rainbow which was painted on the South-facing entrance and is viewable by many tired commuters who travel along the …

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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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