Globally, there have been very loud, divisive voices that seem to have a strong platform.  We believe there are many voices that have not been heard as loudly yet, ones that value respect, diversity and inclusion.  We’d like to capture what you’re experiencing in this climate, and what your hope is for our shared communities.

Please write a few words or thoughts at the link below. Submissions are anonymous, and a selection will be printed on a beautiful 5”x7” card that will be linked into an art installation, Voices of Toronto, representing thousands of voices in our city.  

These cards were lovingly hand-made in our kitchen using scraps of paper to create collages that represent the mosaic that is Canada. 


Original Artwork: Camille Hutcheson and Susan Farrow.

Creative Team Camille Hutcheson, Susan Farrow, Jennifer Pernfuss, Lisa Assaf, Ben Cohen, Trevor Hutcheson, Danya Assaf, Declan McCormack, Jamie Marcello, Calista Mortimer, Morley Birdsell Farrow, Charlie Mortimer, Parker Hutcheson and Rasheed Tucker.

Translations were graciously provided by Fernando Gomez and his team at World Communications/Arjenco Inc. Group.

All voices received are the sole and exclusive property of what would you like to say. All entries will be anonymous, and may be used in future art installations and publications.

Voices of Toronto book launch Friday May 24, 2019, 7:30 p.m. at Nathan Philips Sqaure. Click here for more info!

You may also use the above form to contact us about booking an exhibition.