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Community Mural Collaboration

Consultation has concluded

The City of Oshawa and Durham College are inviting the community to share their aspirations and provide creative direction for a new public art mural. The completed project will replace the existing mural located on the retaining wall in front of City Hall on Centre Street, and will once again see students from Durham College’s School of Media, Art and Design Community Collaboration course undertake the design of the new vinyl mural.

The theme of the new mural is human rights and coincides with the development of the City of Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan.

The students participating in this project will use information gathered from this survey to inspire their designs. Each student will create three draft designs. There will be one design per student adhered to the boards attached to the wall.

Have your say

Feedback can be provided online on Connect Oshawa or in-person at Service Oshawa. Users can submit questions regarding the process on Connect Oshawa, where they will also find additional information about the project.

This survey is expected to take 5-10 minutes to complete. Feedback received online and in-person up to and including Friday, January 5, 2018 will act as inspiration for the student’s concepts, which will be reviewed and selected by the City’s new Public Art Task Force. The student’s individual concepts will come together in the final mural to celebrate, protect and honour human rights.

The new design is anticipated to be available for viewing in spring 2018.

The City of Oshawa and Durham College are inviting the community to share their aspirations and provide creative direction for a new public art mural. The completed project will replace the existing mural located on the retaining wall in front of City Hall on Centre Street, and will once again see students from Durham College’s School of Media, Art and Design Community Collaboration course undertake the design of the new vinyl mural.

The theme of the new mural is human rights and coincides with the development of the City of Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan.

The students participating in this project will use information gathered from this survey to inspire their designs. Each student will create three draft designs. There will be one design per student adhered to the boards attached to the wall.

Have your say

Feedback can be provided online on Connect Oshawa or in-person at Service Oshawa. Users can submit questions regarding the process on Connect Oshawa, where they will also find additional information about the project.

This survey is expected to take 5-10 minutes to complete. Feedback received online and in-person up to and including Friday, January 5, 2018 will act as inspiration for the student’s concepts, which will be reviewed and selected by the City’s new Public Art Task Force. The student’s individual concepts will come together in the final mural to celebrate, protect and honour human rights.

The new design is anticipated to be available for viewing in spring 2018.

  • This survey has concluded. Thank you for your feedback.

    Durham College Community Mural Collaboration Survey

    The City of Oshawa and Durham College are inviting the community to share their aspirations and provide creative direction for a new public art mural. The completed project will replace the existing mural located on the retaining wall in front of City Hall on Centre Street, and will once again see students from Durham College’s School of Media, Art and Design Community Collaboration course undertake the design of the new vinyl mural.

    The theme of the new mural is human rights and coincides with the development of the City of Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan. 

    Feedback received

    The City of Oshawa and Durham College are inviting the community to share their aspirations and provide creative direction for a new public art mural. The completed project will replace the existing mural located on the retaining wall in front of City Hall on Centre Street, and will once again see students from Durham College’s School of Media, Art and Design Community Collaboration course undertake the design of the new vinyl mural.

    The theme of the new mural is human rights and coincides with the development of the City of Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan. 

    Feedback received online and in-person up to and including Friday, January 5, 2018 will act as inspiration for the student’s concepts, which will be reviewed and selected by the City’s new Public Art Task Force.

    Consultation has concluded