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. A pizza lunch will be provided.

What: An overview of essential health and safety information for mural artists, including hazards to be aware of, safety on site, and proper use of ladders and scaffolding

Who: Michael Brown, Artist and Educator
Geared towards emerging or mid-career mural artists or project managers.

When: Saturday, May 13, 2017, 10am-1pm

Where: Rosetta School, 1580 Kingston Rd., Toronto

Registration: $25 for Mural Routes members or Scarborough Arts members, $30 for non-members. Register below.

Questions? Contact natalie@muralroutes.ca or 416 698 7995

Special thanks to Scarborough Arts for partnering with us on the WALS: Behind the Scenes Series, and to the Rosetta School of Visual Arts for generously providing space for this workshop.

The Wall Art Learning Series is part of the Mural Art Learning Institute (MURALI), a continuum of training programs in all aspects of mural-making. MURALI is generously supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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