StreetARToronto invites artists who identify as Indigenous persons to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to participate in the River Street Underpass Mural Project at King/Queen Triangle in Toronto. See the tab below for more details.
StreetARToronto (StART) hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as StART information sessions, networking events, workshops, community engagement sessions, art launches and special art calls.

This call invites concepts from street, mural and graffiti artists and artist collectives committed to reconciliation, diversity, equity, inclusion and inspiring positive change through who they are and the work they create. Project proposals should speak to historic and current social issues and movements within Black and Indigenous communities and equity deserving groups and the importance, benefits and opportunities to build a better future through inclusion, collaboration and knowledge sharing.

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painted concrete cycle track barriers lined up along Richmond St.
Clockwise: All photos by Mike Hajmasy & Gage Fletcher, Artwork/Picture: Alathea Milne-Hines and daughter Simone in Air Zone; Artwork featured: Adam Giroux; Artists featured: RUN Collective—Cedar-Eve Peters, Nishina Loft & Jennifer Messon in Fire Zone; and Artwork featured — Anastasia Eve in Air Zone

Cycling is Elemental | Celebrating Toronto’s newest outdoor Art Gallery!

Richmond St from Parliament St to Bathurst St

The StreetARToronto Richmond St. Cycle Track Mural Project titled ‘Cycling is Elemental’ is complete! Walk it, bike it, or drive by Toronto’s latest outdoor art gallery to experience 353 unique and meaningful murals painted by a diversity of Toronto artists on cycle track barriers from Parliament St. to Bathurst St.

Themed zones route:
Earth themed Murals: Parliament St to Victoria St
Air themed Murals: Victoria to University Ave
Fire themed Murals: University Ave to Spadina Ave
Water themed Murals: Spadina Ave to Bathurst Street

Richmond Cycle Track Mural Curators:
Cindy Scaife, Alathea Milne-Hines, Mike Ormsby

The StART Front Line Heroes Art Project features a new series of street, mural and graffiti art that celebrates Toronto front line service providers including health care and essential workers, volunteers and other heroes responding to the global coronavirus pandemic. Titled “Celebrating Front Line Heroes”, the works represent a diversity of essential workers of all ages, genders, backgrounds and professions from mail carriers and grocery store employees to teachers and sanitation workers, as well as doctors, nurses, and first responders – and all of these works have been painted by an equally diverse group of artists. View the Celebrating Front Line Heroes booklet and join us in celebrating the heroes who are helping us through the global coronavirus pandemic.