Through a collaborative approach with Evergreen Brickworks and Friends of the Pan Am Path (FOPAP), and curatorial efforts by International Street Artist, Emmanuel Jarus, we build upon our unique abilities to transform public space through meaningful community engagement.
Rooted in the theme of sustainable cities, the proposed project will involve painting the surfaces of two large concrete pillars located on Bridge 81 in the east parking lot of Evergreen Brick Works, viewed by tens of thousands of commuters daily.
FOPAP and Evergreen recognize the importance of creating space for a community foresight and visionary artists, that when combined act as a catalyst for change.
ABOUT EVERGREEN BRICK WORKS
Cities that are low carbon, inclusive to all and sustainable at their core. Cities to live, move, work, play, learn and thrive in.
Since 1991, we’ve been facilitating change. Working with other city builders to convene, collaborate and catalyze ideas into action. Our teams connect with many stakeholders to lead with a mindset focused on solutions. We collaborate to develop innovative ideas and catalyze change by testing solutions, developing prototypes and scaling projects.
Through our award-winning suite of programs, we have actively engaged Canadians in creating and sustaining healthy urban environments in our schools, our public spaces, in housing and transit systems, and communities themselves.
Flourishing cities start here – at a site, in a neighbourhood, on the ground – where spaces become great places, and have a real and lasting impact, creating a better world for all.