A mural recognizing personhood before the law
Arts Etobicoke is pleased to announce Everyone. Everywhere. — a community-engaged initiative in partnership with Amnesty International’s Project: Urban Canvas, Creative Village Studio, and with the generous support of the City of Toronto’s StreetART program.
Red Dress Productions is honoured to steward the creation of Everyone. Everywhere. through a community engaged artistic process.
Everyone. Everywhere. revolves around the idea embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 6,
WE’RE HONOURED TO BE AMONGST THE 12 artist teams selected FOR THE CHURCH STREET MURALS PROJECTS, A TORONTO WORLD PRIDE 2014 LEGACY PROJECT!!!
Concept and Treatment
RDP has created 7 large-scale, socially engaged public artworks in Toronto; all mosaic/mixed media mural works incorporating mid-relief and low-relief. Mosaic, as a medium, lends itself to homage, to tribute – historically, mosaic was used to create portraits of icons – ‘icon’ originally referred, primarily, to religious figures, but the term is more broadly understood today to mean representative of something of greater significance,… Continue reading RDP Selected for the Church Street Murals Public Art Project!
We’re honoured to be amongst the shortlisted artists for the Church Street Murals Projects, a Toronto World Pride 2014 Legacy Project. Finalists will be announced on April 8, 2013.
We’d like to thank City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Co-Curators Syrus Marcus Ware and James Fowler, and selection committee members Remy Huberdeau, Elizabeth Sweeney, and Francisco Alvarez.
The Church Street Murals Project will see 10-12 new murals created between May-September 2013 in the Church-Wellesley village. To learn more visit:
http://www.xtra.ca/public/Toronto/Proposal_time_for_Church_Street_mural_project-13116.aspx… Continue reading RDP Shortlisted for the Church Street Murals Project!