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Cardel Rec South Mural Project

This winter, Antyx is teaming up with Cardel Rec South for a one-of-a-kind mural project.

We’re looking for up to 20 youth ages 12-18 to join us in creating a stunning mural that will be on display at the recreation centre for all to see!


Every Monday - 4:30 PM-7:30 PM


Cardel Rec South


FREE of charge

About the Mural Project

Are you or do you know a young artist looking for an incredible opportunity to showcase your creativity and make a lasting impact in your community? Look no further! This summer, Antyx is teaming up with the Cardel Rec South to bring you a one-of-a-kind mural project that will ignite your passion for art, painting, and design.

Whether you’re an experienced artist or just discovering your artistic talents, we want YOU to join us on this exciting journey. We believe that art has the power to bring people together, inspire change, and transform spaces. This mural project is an incredible platform for you to express your unique voice, unleash your imagination, and collaborate with other passionate youth.

As a participant, you will have the opportunity to learn from professional artists, expand your artistic skills, and gain hands-on experience in mural painting and design. You’ll discover new techniques, experiment with different styles, and develop a deeper understanding of the creative process. Not only will you contribute to a visually stunning mural, but you’ll also create memories, forge friendships, and build a sense of accomplishment that will last a lifetime.

Together, let’s create a masterpiece that will inspire, uplift, and leave a lasting impression on our community. Your brush, your creativity, and your unique perspective are all needed to make this mural project truly exceptional. 

Don’t wait—register now to take advantage of this opportunity!

About the Facilitator


Makayla has been involved with Antyx since she was in Grade 9! Makayla found her passions at a very young age when she discovered volunteer opportunities and the ability she had to create change in her community. She always found ways to express her devotion to art whether it be music or visual and incorporate it into her learning and advocacy journey.

She believes art is a way to express your voice on social justice issues and explore topics like human rights through community building. She likes to inspire youth and children to challenge themselves and step outside of their comfort zone with different art forms such as theatre, painting, music, and poetry while working hand in hand with social workers to still implement important social justice into their day-to-day lives. She is currently a student at Mount Royal University.