MURAL Tag

Toronto pays tribute to the Reggae Pioneers who helped make Reggae a mainstay in the city by unveiling street signs, mural and heritage plaque – naming Toronto’s first ever Reggae Lane in Toronto! The unveiling officially took place on September 19th, 2015 at Eglinton Avenue West and Oakwood, and is being hosted by Councillor Josh Colle. This event was a continuation of the induction of Reggae greats in to the Toronto Reggae Hall of Fame. Held on August 27th, 2015 at the CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) Bandshell Park, inductees LeroyRead More

Posted On June 2, 2015By altonIn News

NEW MURAL IS NAMED & LAUNCHED DOWNTOWN

‘THE RETURN OF THE CANBOULAY’: MURAL LAUNCHED AND NAMED ON QUEEN STREET “A city is only as great as its Public Art”… On Wednesday 27th May 2015 at 5:30pm.there was a formal launch and naming of the mural ‘The Return of the Canboulay’ in the Guardian car park on the corner of Queen’s and St. Vincent Streets Port-of-Spain. The mural- which was commissioned by Mr Gregory Aboud- was a collaborative effort of Mr Rubadiri Victor and Mr Keegan Simon- with the assistance of young artists Francois and Jean Michel LeRead More