The deadline for this opportunity has passed. Call for Volunteers: East End Arts Website Testing East End Arts invites interested volunteers to help in the testing of our new website, set to launch early 2019! Volunteers will be tasked with…
Art MEETS is a series of eight FREE art-making workshops presented by East End Arts during July and August at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Led by talented and engaging arts facilitators, each workshop offers an opportunity to learn a new art skill, have fun, and find new and creative ways for self expression.
East End Arts will be moving into a new home at St. Matthew's Clubhouse at the end of April. Owned by the City of Toronto, St. Matthew's Clubhouse will serve as an office and animated arts space. An Open House is planned for later in the Spring to welcome members of the public and together, imagine additional uses for the space.
You're invited to read the Community Consultations Summary we've developed, which serves as a support document for artists, arts groups, and community members living and working within east Toronto. This summary is a tool which we hope will continue to unite, inspire, and enhance the important work happening in our vibrant arts and cultural community.
East End Arts and its Advisory Committee announces internal changes and prepares for a new path forward.
East End Arts presents Main Squared, a free nine-day arts and community festival that will activate and explore the public square at the corner of Main Street and Danforth Avenue from August 26 to September 3, 2017. Blending contemporary art and community arts projects, the festival will feature art installations, interactive activities, workshops, performances, and more.
Main Squared is a free arts and community festival that will activate and explore the public square at the corner of Main Street & Danforth Avenue from August 26 to September 3, 2017. There are a variety of volunteer roles that we are looking for assistance with, and we invite you to join the Main Squared team!
The Coxwell Laneway Mosaic Mural is a community art project located at Danforth and Coxwell that was designed by lead artist Cristina Delago, and created with the assistance of youth, emerging artist trainees, and community volunteers. The mural aims to celebrate the life and spirit of the community.
Help shape a proposed community mural on the East York Community Centre. Attend a community consultation on September 22, and complete our online form by October 7 to share what is important to you about this east end neighbourhood and tell us what you would like to see included in a new community mural.
This summer, the Coxwell Laneway Mosaic Mural will be created on the wall that wraps around the Coxwell TTC Station. This community project, designed by lead artist Cristina Delago, and created with the assistance of youth and emerging artist trainees and community volunteers, aims to celebrate the life and spirit of the community.