and the Winners are:
George Sheppardley – Jerseys of Brampton,
Aneep Dhade – B-Town Cycle Power,
Cindy Evans – Ride with Cycling Super Friends,
Jason Mukhi Singh – Touring Wilderness,
The SmART Ride Contest invited citizens of Brampton to submit their unique creative interpretation of cycling in Brampton. Contestant submissions were judged by a panel of 4 local artists. The winning 4 submissions were recognised through the project’s culminating event on April 19, 2021, a YouTube short documentary premiere featuring the contestant winners, their artwork and reviews of the submissions by the panel of artists.
Norbert Augustine, multi-media artist, known for cycling murals in Vivian Lane
Kez Vicario-Robinson, facilitator, stand up comedy artist
Steven Schipper – Executive Director, Performing Arts, Community Services, City of Brampton
Mshiimkenh Ense Kwe (Angela Boyer) – Indigenous arts facilitator
We thank the Advance Brampton Fund for providing a grant. This project aligned with Council’s priorities of “Brampton is a Healthy & Safe City”, and “Brampton is a Mosaic”.
The Contest had 3 Objectives:
1. Bring a social media buzz and excitement to cycling in Brampton.
2. Engage the arts community in the Community Cycling Program and attract new program participants.
3. Allow Brampton residents who are not regular cyclists to experience the pleasures of cycling through art.
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