Tag: Toronto

Multipli’city: Meet the Artists

The transformation of the west side of Underpass Park will soon be complete! Seventeen artists have been hard at work throughout August, animating thirteen pillars beneath Eastern Ave, Toronto. This project, entitled Multipli’city, is managed by Mural Routes and is part of the StreetARToronto Partnership Program in collaboration with the Corktown Residents and Business Association, …

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Registration Open: 18th National Mural Symposium

  Mural Routes invites you to join us for the 18th National Mural Symposium at the Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto! For over 20 years, Mural Routes has hosted a weekend of learning, sharing and networking with the mural art community. This year we explore Perspectives, inspired by the work of our keynote speaker John Pugh More details and registration …

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WALS: Health and Safety for Murals

Mural artists work in unusual places, and it’s important to know the risks involved. Join us May 13 to review important health and safety tips for mural artists, including hands-on practice with ladders and scaffolding. This is also a great chance to network with fellow artists and project managers, including our Mural Art Career Development students. …

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Artist Call: South Liberty Trail Silo Murals

Mural Routes and York Heritage Properties are seeking expressions of interest for an upcoming project: the South Liberty Silo Murals. This is an open call for Canadian mural artists. EOIs are due by Monday, April 24th at 5pm. For complete details and contact information, please read the PDF Request for Expressions of Interest- South Liberty Trail. …

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TERRA STRAT’AA Underpass Mural by Mediah

We are pleased to share the TERRA STRAT’AA Underpass Mural Project (2015) by Mediah! This project, funded through StreetARToronto, has transformed both sides of the Underpass at Eglinton Ave E. and Leslie St, Toronto. Description provided by Mediah’s website: The TERRA STRAT’AA is the second landmark mural painted by MEDIAH for the City of Toronto. The project was painted …

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