Here are photos of the Beatrice Street Mural, as well as photos from the unveiling ceremony. Click here for photos. News Release – Street art in Little Italy uncovers historic families of Garrison Creek StreetARToronto (StART), a City of Toronto initiative, in partnership with the Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) and VIBE Arts, will host a celebration … Read more
VIBE Arts has partnered with John Fluevog for their StreetVOGS Exhibition! StreetVogs is a cool initiative that brings together local talent in the cities that Fluevog Shoes is active in and showcases the cultural beauty that inhabits that city, check it out in their Instagram collaboration. John Fluevog is a Canadian based shoe designer that has … Read more
Join the fun on September 19th for a community event for the unveiling of the epic mural on Beatrice Street! Where: 157 Beatrice Street, Toronto in the Green P Parking lotWhen: September 19th at 5:00 PM Thank you to the artists IG@pascalpaquette IG@spud1_spudbomb IG@artchild416 IG@luvsumone IG@jsmnew and the volunteers from youth Association of Native Child and … Read more
Family Pride day took place on July 2nd at Church St. Public School. Families had fun with an interactive family tree that grew throughout the day as children and families added http://thermolife.com/forum/members/flexis/ handmade leaves, blossoms, and ribbons. The family tree was the backdrop for the kid-sized photo booth. Families also had fun creating colourful masterpieces with sidewalk chalk.
VIBE Arts lead a free interactive chalk art station at Cultura Festival. Every Friday in the month of July a large scale collaborative chalk station was held at Mel Lastman Square. The event taught chalk art techniques, stencil-making, and civic engagement. Each week presented new and fantastic works that brought community members together and emerging … Read more
By Giselle Wenban ( VIBE Arts Fest Marketing Volunteer) VIBE Arts Fest 2016 was truly a celebration. From June 8-11, the Aki Studio was full of energy, talent, support, and appreciation. I think I may speak for all of us on the Youth Volunteer Committee in saying that the festival exceeded anything we could have … Read more
By Erin Glover This spring we embarked on a special project called Through the Lens of the War Artist, looking at work created by Canadian war artists during WWII. Young creatives from Lambton Park Community School, and the Mt. Dennis and Evelyn Gregory Branches of the Toronto Public Library, took inspiration from a selection of war … Read more
By Balu A Show took place on Thursday, June 23, 2016 and brought together 12 micro-grant recipients and their respective participants to engage in an exhibition and showcase organized collaboratively by Platform A. Some scheduled activities included: a henna art station led by participants from the henna program; live painting outside of the venue; dance performances; audio recordings … Read more