Are you an Artist who identifies as an Indigenous Person? If so, learn about StART’s Coxwell Underpass Art Project Request for Expression of Interest. This is the fourth site in the East End Bridges to Art series of underpass art projects in Ward 14.

StART hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as StART information sessions, networking events, workshops, community engagement sessions, art launches and one-time art calls.

In Jaunary, StreetARToronto will host 10 information sessions at Toronto Public Library locations around the city to share information and answer questions about the StART suite of programs. All are welcome to come and learn more about StART 2020. Book your one-on-one meeting with a City of Toronto StART team member by registering through the StART Events page or plan to visit us during the last hour of each session which is open for drop-ins. For more information please visit

Toronto is home to some of the best street art and street artists in the world!

image of people walking across the Kay Gardner Beltline Park Bridge touching the public art installation of horses made out of iron
‘Iron Horse’ by Robert Sprachman
Photo by Tyler Radell

To celebrate Toronto and the outstanding creative talent in Toronto, Micki Moore in collaboration with StreetARToronto (StART), has launched the ‘Art Over Bridges’ project to engage artists to design and install three dimensional artwork on bridges in Toronto. Art Over Bridges is a transformative new placemaking initiative that adds colour and vitality to neighbourhoods; demonstrates the positive impacts of diversity and inclusion, fosters community engagement; encourages active transportation; and showcases the creativity of artists, arts organizations and the city of Toronto.

At the heart of Micki’s vision is a series of vibrant and high-quality Art Bridges throughout Toronto, beginning with art over the Jameson Avenue Pedestrian bridge. Micki’s placemaking initiative promises to strengthen the connection between people and the places they share through a collaborative process to improve the look and feel of our streets and the public realm.

Your contribution is the spark that will help turn Micki Moore’s impassioned idea into reality. Donate online at DonateTO, then select the ‘Support Cultural Vibrancy’ Initiative and the ‘Micki Moore Art Over Bridges’ program. If you are donating from outside of Canada, please mail your cheque to: Toronto Office of Partnerships – DonateTO, 55 John Street, Metro Hall, Main floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 3C6 and write ‘Micki Moore Art Over Bridges’ on the cheque. Thank you.