StART Health & Wellness Workshop with Khaula Mazhar | Call for Submissions Reminders

Khaula Mazhar, Albion Road and Kipling Ave. Photo: Jason McCullough.

StreetARToronto Health & Wellness Workshop with Guest Artist Khaula Mazhar: Writing as Respite

February 18, 2022, 10:30am – 12pm EST

StreetARToronto’s Health and Wellness Series will be running every Friday until March 11th from 10:30am to 12pm in partnership with Rebecca Higgins, mental health educator. Since 2020, Rebecca has been facilitating workshops, focusing on strategies for creativity and connection in a pandemic.

This week will feature Guest Artist Khaula Mazhar and will cover the theme “Writing As Respite.”

Each following week the workshops will feature one of Toronto’s mural/street artists as a guest artist, curated by Tanzina Amin, who will walk us through a creative activity.

Feb 18: Writing as Respite
Guest Artist: Khaula Mazhar (IG: @khaulasart)

Feb 25: Dealing with Difficult Relationships
Guest Artist: Kseniya Tsoy (IG: @al.fergani)

Mar 04: Goal-Setting in The Midst of Uncertainty
Guest Artist: Opola Karim (IG: @o.raang)

Mar 11: Cultivating Compassion
Guest Artist: Chris Perez (IG: @chrispperez)

Join the free workshop series by using this link to Zoom.

Meeting ID: 879 7764 0554
Passcode: 340291

Upcoming Submissions Reminders

Lead Artist: Jacquie Comrie (@jacquiecomrie) with Friends of Beach Parks (@friendsofthebeachparks). Photo: Lisa MacIntosh (@lisamacintosh_photography)

Partnership Program Submissions for 2022 are fast approaching!

Submissions are due 11:59pm EST, February 22, 2022.

Visit the StreetARToronto website and watch the Information Session Presentation Video Link for more information about the StART Partnership Program.

Download the application package:

Ian Todd (@woodenpheonix). Photo: Gage Fletcher (@gage.fletcher) & Mike Hajmasy (@mikehaj)

StreetARToronto’s Conlins Road Cycle Track Art Project
Request for Expressions of Interest

This application will be live until 11:59 pm EST, March 7, 2022.

Artists expressing an interest in hand-painting up to 4 barriers on Conlins Road:
Apply Here

Diversely able artists expressing an interest in creating digital art designs for vinyl wraps on up to 4 barriers on Conlins Road:
Apply Here

More information about StreetARToronto (StART) can be found on our website.