StreetARToronto (StART) is a suite of innovative programs designed specifically for streets and public spaces. Initiated in 2012 as an integral part of the City’s Graffiti Management Plan, StART has been successful in reducing graffiti vandalism and replacing it with vibrant, colourful, community-engaged street art.
StART programs encourage active transportation (walking and cycling), make our streets more beautiful and safe, showcase local artists, mentor emerging talent, reduce overall infrastructure maintenance costs and more. You can download our 2020 Information Session presentation .
In January, StreetARToronto will host 10 information sessions at Toronto Public Library locations around the city to share information and answer questions about the StART suite of programs. All are welcome to come and learn more about StART 2020. Book your one-on-one meeting with a City of Toronto StART team member by registering through the StART Events page or plan to visit us during the last hour of each session which is open for drop-ins. For more information please visit www.toronto.ca/streetart.
The Annette Library session is being held on Friday, January 24 from 11am – 3pm. Book your session on Eventbrite.