StART Request for Expression of Interest
This Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) is StART’s most accessible Call ever!
The goal of this Request for Expression of Interest is to expand StART’s awareness of street art creatives who are interested and available to participate in StART projects. Expressions of Interest will assist Advisory Panel members when considering artists and other participants for StART Projects.
Please respond using any one of the following options:
- Online: Form
- Video: Send your video response to the REOI questions by uploading your video to wetransfer and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
- By Phone: To respond to the REOI by phone, schedule a time for your conversation. You will be asked to respond to the questions in the REOI.
- In Person: To respond to the REOI in person, schedule a time for your conversation. You will be asked to respond to the questions in the REOI.
Meet Civic Hall Toronto’s Kinjal Shah. Kinjal is the friendly voice at the other end of the phone, and the welcoming presence at in-person interviews.
StART is an enthusiastic member of Civic Hall Toronto. Civic Hall Toronto enables government innovators, entrepreneurs, technologists and residents to share, learn and build solutions together. Civic Hall Toronto offers training, events, space and project support to individuals and teams using technology and design for the common good. Toronto Council approved membership in Civic Hall Toronto in May 2018.
Kinjal is a product designer with a past in interior architecture. Over the span of her career, she has had experience designing across different mediums and scales — from physical spaces to intangible services to digital products, and because of this, her superpower as a designer is to bridge the gap between physical and digital worlds. As a designer she strives to understand how and why certain design elements evoke strong emotions and connect with users. She is especially passionate about children, education, civic engagement and bridging cultures.