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Pillars of Change

Thursday, April 1 - Monday, May 31

Looking for creative inspiration during the lockdown? Take part by making art!

Pillars of Change is a new multipart No.9 Public Art initiative encouraging action on pressing social and environmental issues.

This project is open to all ages and abilities – adults and children alike.

Check out the Pillars of Change site for the latest artist latest artist editions, or download free at-home art making materials. Share your creations for the chance to see it displayed in large-scale formats such as digital billboards in prominent outdoor Toronto locations. What social and environmental issues matter to you most? You can choose to personalize and colour one of our free Open B&W Edition artworks below, or create your own original poster artwork about the issue that is most important to you.

Share your creations for the chance to see it presented in large-scale formats such as digital billboards in prominent Toronto locations. We are working with project partners such as the City of Toronto to display this project in busy outdoor spaces as part of ArtworxTO.

Details

Start:
Thursday, April 1
End:
Monday, May 31
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