Museum App Now Available

Museum App Now Available

Museum App Now Available

The Dundas West Open Air Museum app is now available for free on both Android and IOS platforms. Download the app and take your own guided tour of the museum!

The app contains information on each mural in the Museum: when it was created, artist details, and any related news. It also features interactive maps to help you make your way around the collection. The app can be downloaded on both Google Play and iTunes. Click on the links below to choose your platform: 


More events:

Dundas West creates Toronto’s first open-air museum

At Toronto’s newest museum on Dundas West, there’s no umbrella storage or coat checks, no half-priced admission or well-dressed security kindly requesting you don’t touch the art. Instead, the works are all there in the street, a patchwork of murals telling the story of what and who the neighbourhood is and will be. The dundaswest.museum is an open-air street art museum. And it’s Toronto’s first.

International praise for Dundas West

International praise for Dundas West

International praise for Dundas West

Dundas West Open Air Museum featured prominently today in “El Mercurio”, one of Chile’s widest read newspapers. See the full report here:

https://digital.elmercurio.com/2019/07/01/EE-STD-Z/013KMB5D

1087 Dundas St. W

With much love and great fanfare, the Little Portugal Toronto Barcelos Rooster was unveiled at Lakeview Park, on Saturday, September 25, 2021.

A VIP event was held at 1200 Dundas St. W. where honoured dignitaries Mayor John Tory, Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão, José Manuel Carneiro Mendes, Consul General of Portugal in Toronto, Vitor Santos, President of The Barcelos Migrant Association, the Honorable Ahmed Hussen, MP – York South-Weston and our own BIA Chair, AnaBela Taborda, brought greetings.

1212 Dundas St. W

With much love and great fanfare, the Little Portugal Toronto Barcelos Rooster was unveiled at Lakeview Park, on Saturday, September 25, 2021.

A VIP event was held at 1200 Dundas St. W. where honoured dignitaries Mayor John Tory, Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão, José Manuel Carneiro Mendes, Consul General of Portugal in Toronto, Vitor Santos, President of The Barcelos Migrant Association, the Honorable Ahmed Hussen, MP – York South-Weston and our own BIA Chair, AnaBela Taborda, brought greetings.

1220 Dundas St. W

This mural represents the large community of Portuguese people and businesses that reside within the Little Portugal Area. It also represents a merging of the youth within the community, as graffiti art is considered a relatively new art form created by predominantly youth.