Residents will notice an immediate, visible change to a physical space in their neighbourhood, adding vibrancy to our communities.
COVID-19 has played a role in our local community awareness, and it is our goal for people to be welcomed into their public space, and build a sense of pride for the place they call home.
The multiplier effect is a magical thing. By improving one area, the residual effects are felt by the residents and businesses owners around them - encouraging foot traffic and increasing safety.
Signs of Life recognizes Culture as the fourth economic pillar.
By providing economic opportunities in the Creative Sector, we increase quality of life for our residents and add value to all of Durham Region.
Strategy meets expression.
is an award-winning event organizer, cultural planning and marketing strategist.
Experienced in municipal government and the private sector, Rebekah has played a key role in supporting the local culture scene and serving up thought leadership through her alter-ego, Cultivate Collaborate.
She is currently serving her hometown as Chair of the Cultural Leadership Council with the City of Oshawa, and is an inaugural member of global network, Placemaking X.
Rebekah studied Cultural Planning and Development through the University of British Columbia and holds a BAA in Creative Advertising through the University of Guelph-Humber.
is a muralist, creator, owner and lead artist of The Paint Factory.
With 23 years of experience painting graffiti-style murals, Chad has worked with local governments to create the first legal graffiti art walls in Durham Region - providing public outlets to local artists for creative expression - to bridge the gap between street art culture, the general public and community leaders.
The co-creator of Paint the Park - a grassroots event that celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2019, Chad has also been a keynote speaker for high schools and public schools across Ontario.
Who we've worked with so far.