Street Health Community Art Project

When Street Health renovated its clinical space to make it wheelchair accessible, they also re-paved the walkway and installed a new metal gate. However, the gate is imposing and institutional in appearance. To make its front entrance more welcoming, Street Health enlisted Red Dress Productions to create a collaborative mosaic artwork. We’re meeting with members of the community to learn about the people, the places, the history, and the heart of the Dundas St E. and Sherbourne area, and to make the artwork itself.

The unveiling event that is open to all is taking place at Street Health in late March or early April.  For more information, contact Cathy by email (, phone (416 921 8668) or visit Street Health’s website.A red brick building with a sign that reads Street Health. Two cars are parked out front of the building. To the left of the building is a metal gate with a purple banner at the top.

The image shows a metal gate between two buildings. At the top of the gate is a purple banner that reads "Proud to support A $15 minimum wage and decent work for all"