Arts Etobicoke in partnership with Delta Family Resource Centre is thrilled to bring back Arts in Wincott Park this summer!

Arts in Wincott Park program activities are FREE and will feature a community mural and a series of small and safe workshops in various disciplines, including Visual Art & Crafts, Theatre, Music, and Dance for multicultural and multigenerational participants. As a culmination of these events and to mark the end of summer, we’ll be hosting a community celebration featuring live music and dance performances, more visual arts and free refreshments! All appropriate Health & Safety protocols will be in place and PPE available on-site. 

As we experience the social impact of the Pandemic, the importance of community and connection is heightened more than ever, especially for neighbourhoods that are isolated and under-served. Wincott Park is located near the Kingsview Village- Westway (KVW) neighbourhood, which has been identified as an Neighbourhood Improvement Area (NIA) by the City of Toronto. Arts in Wincott Park will bring together KVW community members through vibrant arts and culture programming and address the need for more programmable spaces for communities living outside of the Downtown core. 

Get involved! Arts in Wincott Park program offers a variety of volunteer opportunities that allow you to give back to your community. Please consider signing up to our volunteer program

For questions about the Arts in Wincott Park program, please contact Special Projects Manager, John Del Rosario at john@artsetobicoke.com / 647-806-8731 or Outdoor Program and Community Engagement Coordinator, Yusra Mukhtar at yusra@artsetobicoke.com.  

Arts in Wincott Park is in partnership with Delta Family Resource Centre and supported by an Animating Toronto Parks grant by the Toronto Arts Council in partnership with the Toronto Arts Foundation’s Arts In the Park initiative. 

Check out an amazing video recap of last year’s Arts in Wincott Park!