Suze Morrison MPP, Toronto Centre

Government of Ontario

MPP Morrison's Community Care Art Project

Art connects and inspires us.


It's also a great way to communicate. Now more than ever, we need strong messages of care for our community. And messages that remind us about important public health guidelines - like wearing masks and washing our hands.

I'm calling on artists young and old - send us your community care art! Send us a poster with a positive message for your neighbours, or a public health recommendation!

What will we use them for? We will share this on social media to connect & inspire our community, and share them throughout our Toronto Centre Neighbourhoods!

Our favourite submission will also receive a $50 gift certificate for Books!

Use this form to send us your submission, or you can email [email protected] your art to be featured on this page and on our streets! You can also email [email protected] if you are interested in putting up posters with positive messages in our communities.

Here is a song by a constituent Barbra Lica about COVID-19

"Unlocked: A Flow of Colourful Connections in Lockdown" is a short film/art video that captures the personal journey of eleven women during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Art submitted by Alison at @AlisonArtProject

Art submitted by Alison at @AlisonArtProject


art for community care


Jamii (Swahili for "Community”) is a vibrant arts organization active in The Esplanade community - downtown east. Jamii is always finding new ways to engaging with its community, including planning live artistic experiences to be viewed online on their facebook page or in-person - when allowed again. 
Sign-up to Jamii’s newsletter at to be notified of their other creative events & performances in the Esplanade community.

Sample messages include:

  • Support local businesses
  • Wear a mask
  • Take care of each other
  • Community is stronger than COVID-19
  • Let's build a better world