Posters for Change

Posters for Change

Visual Arts for Youth in Grades 7+

February 1–28

Taking a deeper look into what it means to be unapologetically Black

For the month of February, our School Visits team examines the history of protest art as a form of social activism. After a brief panel discussion and examination of images associated with social justice protests, our Posters for Change program offers an asynchronous learning opportunity for you and your students to engage with our Artist Educators to make your own posters for change using materials you are likely to have at home! In order to complete your Poster for Change, you will need a cereal box, scissors, glue, paper (8.5″x11″ or larger), tempra paint, wax paper and a sponge.


This program is taught by Anne Devitt, with panelists Zoë Edwards, Djennie Laguerre and Devon Harview. Moderated by Tim Walker. 

Posters for Change

Visual Arts for Youth in Grades 7+

February 1–28

Taking a deeper look into what it means to be unapologetically Black

In Partnership with

Citadel+Compagnie
Toronto International Festival of Authors