• WTA 2019 – (dys)Placed

    (dys)Placed: Exploration of Identity How are students navigating perceptions of their identity in an ever-shifting world? This year’s Walk the Art exhibition theme addresses how identities are placed and displaced, and how students are constantly exploring who they are in shifting spaces. The exhibition provides an opportunity for students to delve deeper into how geography, […]

  • WTA 2018 – (un)Settle

    What does it mean to be “Canadian”? The answer is not the same for everyone. By design this simple question is actually very difficult to answer so as to perpetuate a collective amnesia of the history of Canada. As Settler people’s, we often attempt to answer this question without reconciling our relationship with the land, […]

  • WTA 2017 – STEAM

    This exhibition showcases the creative visions of the high school students of the Peel District School Board, and how they use the intersection of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics – STEAM –  to define and redefine the possibilities of our future. In a world that is constantly changing, we are all trying to […]

  • WTA 2016 – Place

    Walk the Art 2016 is an exhibition of student artwork from the Peel District School Board that explores and uncovers the place of Peel Region, the cities of Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, and the interactions of the people who live here. Place is defined by a boundary, in which the centre is separated from the periphery – that […]