Art influences, instilling values and translates experiences across space and time, allowing people from different cultures and even different lifetimes to connect through images, sounds and stories. Art is often a vehicle for social change. Location: Hamsa Heaven Address: 1600 Gerrard Street East Artists:
The Gerrard India Bazaar BIA is seeking a local BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) artist to design some social distancing sidewalk decals. Written commitment/ sign contract: August 6th Approval stage: August ? (to be discussed) Deadline for submission to print: August
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Artwork by local Toronto artist Rosena Fung It's more important than ever to support the movement towards '15 minute cities' and maintaining our vibrant main streets. Along with helping to prevent widespread infection, keeping essentials within close walking or biking distance can
Inspiring action to support Main Street recovery across Canada The Main Street Design Challenge has been launched! This coordinated engagement effort for all Canadians interested in design and the future of Main Streets will result in a free, open-access playbook of innovative tools
This article was originally posted on bringbackmainstreet.ca Please note that our BIA is currently in the process of applying for the CafeTO program on behalf of many of our members. View this post on Instagram Across the country in Vancouver, we have seen
As you can see, our business owners and their staff are well prepared in their PPE or behind plexiglass barriers as they greet customers, while maintaining safe social distancing practices. 😷⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ We do this because we care about your health and
Across the globe, small business owners are rising to the unique challenge of adjusting daily operations based on essential community demands and the urgent need to adapt, pivot, and survive while waiting to hear back about critical government financial relief