These types of projects are quick to execute and have a lasting impact. And they don’t involve a large investment of time or money.
The Public Art Through Construction Hoarding (PATCH) Project aims to not only to beautify construction sites and other underused spaces but to develop positive public spaces and experiences. Developers and community members collaborating to create public art projects that reflect not only the development but area’s heritage and character.
The Leslie Grove Youth Centre, affectionately known as ‘The Shack’, hosts five murals celebrating Article 25 of the UDHR:
Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for health and well-being.
But how do you illustrate that concept?
In 2008, Amnesty International Toronto Organization’s decided to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights using art. Here’s how.
Time and bees. How do you bring two different ideas into one cohesive image? Find out.
A prolific street artist, Sweetman has contributed to a wide variety of public art installations throughout the city, working as a solo artist or as part of a collective. So how does that fit in with the rest of the Riverside neighbourhood?
How do you distil an entire neighbourhood down to one image? It’s not easy, especially when the neighbourhood is as dynamic and historic as Riverside.
Every month I take hundreds of pictures. I have to make hard choices as to which I’ll include in the article. This means that I have to leave some interesting photos on the cutting room floor as it were.
It seems like a bit of a waste to not share these images, so once a month I’ll publish some of my favourite but unseen photos.
Is beautifying the neighbourhood the only impact of a public art installation? Find out.
So, who is Jimmy Chiale and what does he do when he’s not painting murals? Find out.