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STC is proud to partner with ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021-2022.

Artworx To is a year-long celebration of Toronto’s exceptional public art collection and the creative community behind it. This exciting new initiative supports artists and art projects that reflect Toronto’s diversity and create more opportunities for the public to engage with art in their everyday lives.

As ArtworxTO’s Eastern Hub, we are hosting a variety of artistic and community activities over the next year which are led by the next generation of curators, collectives and artists

The Spoken Soul Collective has curated all of the exhibits on display at STC.

Here are some exhibitions on display now:

Current Exhibits


STC is proud to partner with ArtworxTO to host the #ScarboroughSign this summer. Each letter was designed by a youth artist as part of Scarborough Arts and 7th Generation Image Makers partnered program “Indigenous Youth Mural Making” workshop led by artist Mo Thunder.

Located lower level Shoppers Court until September. 


It’s a Scarborough Ting Still highlights the beauty of the language of Scarborough. Visual artist Omar Hopkinson uses grafifiti to showcase words anyone visiting Scarborough needs to know. Joseph Adinkrah gives a tutorial of how these words are used, using a speaker’s corner type kiosk, where you can record yourself using them.


Located Upper Level next to The Body Shop, near Entrance 4. 

Artwork by: Omar Hopkinson & Joseph Adinkrah


Artwork by: Joseph Osei Bonsu’s

Scarborough Heroes: A History in Colour celebrates Black figures both past and present that hail from Scarborough. From Kardinal Offishall to Robert Brown, each of the 13 framed illustrations will hang inside Scarborough Town Centre telling the story of how each hero is connected to and represents the best of Scarborough.  Artist Joseph Osei Bonsu’s.


Let your Backbone Slide

This installation celebrates the strength and power of the community in Scarborough. The backbone slide is a community-engage experiential installation featuring visual renderings and holistic activites that focus on spinal fitness as a way to highlight the massive way that Scarborough provides so much support to the way this city thrives.


Artwork By: Kwame Delfish

Past Exhibits

Artwork by Montano St.Jules


Re-Imagining West Hill, is a multi-disciplinary arts legacy project designed to preserve some of the lived history of members of the West Hill community through poetry, photography and live performances.

Poetry is written by Scarborough based poets David Delisca, Joshua “Scribe” Watkis, Celeste Drakes, Shqdel and Shahaddah Jack. Photography is captured by photographer Anthony Gebrehiwot.


From the top of our crowns to the soles our feet. Scarborough fashion ranges from laidback to chic. This exhibition focuses on the unique fashion trends and styles that weave us together through culture and heritage. Using photography, modeling and fashion curation we hope to accentuate the diverse “chic” styles that make Scarborough, Scarborough.


Located lower level Bay Court, near Hudson’s Bay Entrance . 

Artwork by Anthony Gebrehiwat 


The Zodiac is a photography exbibit showcasing the work of artist Montano St. Jules. 12 signs of the Zodiac are re-created using human body aiming to communicate a concept of racial unity through appreciating the physical differences between us, which are no more to be feared than flowers of varying colours and sizes.

Hours of Operation: 

Closed for the month of January


Upper Level near Entrance #4


Artists: – Anthony Gebrehiwot, David Delisca, Joshua “Scribe” Watkis, Celeste Drakes, Shqdel and Shahaddah Jack


Within townships, there are spaces that really remind you of home. Memories live between the walls of the spaces we frequent. Scarborough has many places that remind its residents of home. Some that still live and some that we’ve had to say goodbye to. This photography exhibition captures essential spaces that really speak to Scarborough.