Thursday, June 6, 2019

Thank you for following Art Bikers!

Art Bikers is a 4Cs Foundation legacy program. We are excited to begin Season 13, programming all over Halifax Regional Municipality in the summer of 2019!

We no longer use this site for updates, but please find a link to our new Art Bikers blog here:

We would love to hear your ideas and feedback! To contact us:

Call: 902-454-6860 (studio) or 782-234-5489 (mobile)



Art Bikers
c/o Wonder'neath Art Society
2891 Isleville Street
Halifax, NS
B3K 3X6

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Monday, April 15, 2019

Art Bikers 2019: Now hiring! 4 positions!

Be part of the 4Cs Foundation legacy program! We are eager to share the details about our upcoming summer Art Bikers positions. For more information, please follow the link below. Deadlines are April 24th & 25th depending on the position.

If you do not have access to a hybrid bicycle, but are otherwise qualified, please apply and we will track down a bicycle for the summer. Questions: call 902-454-6860

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Season 12 Farewell!

Thank you to all the participants, supporters, and community organizations that worked with Art Bikers during the summer! We were thrilled to reunite with families and return to magical gardens and green spaces throughout the city! We were also delighted to meet new faces and make art together throughout the hot summer months! Thank you all! Stay tuned for more photos, recaps and sharing on the blog in the next week. 

As we wrap up this summer's program, we welcome your ideas, suggestions, photos and feedback year round! 

Wonder'neath Art Society was thrilled to be a part of the Art Bikers program for the second year in a row and we are deeply appreciative of the opportunity to work with 4Cs Foundation in support of this beautiful program. 

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Mural Repair at Bayers Westwood

Art Bikers are excited to be returning to the community of Bayers Westwood Friday, August 17th from 11:30am-3:30pm for mural repair work!  A fresh batch of paints have been sourced and mixed. Aprons, brushes, drop cloths and tools are all packed, and we can't wait to work together on this mural!

This will be Art Bikers last trip to Bayers Westwood drop by to say hi, or put on an old shirt and a sun hat and join us in brightening up this fabulous mural. All welcome! No painting experience necessary!

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Schedule Change

We are concerned about the extreme heat/humidity and possibility of lightening on Thursday, August 16th. 


Instead of biking to the Pizza Oven in Dartmouth - where we were scheduled to be - the studio will be open from 2-4pm for Pizza bunting making! Add your favourite pizza toppings to our awesome pizza-themed bunting and then Art Bikers will deliver it to the Pizza Oven once it's done! The studio address is: 2891 Isleville Street, in north end Halifax.


Bayers Westwood mural repair on Friday, August 17th from 11:30-3:30.

Ardmore Park (at Almon and Oxford Street, Halifax) ...more cats! 
Saturday, August 18 from 11:30-3:30.

Last Visit to the Green in Fairview

Art Bikers will be visiting the Green today, Wednesday, August 15th from 11:30am - 3:30pm! It's the last visit of the summer to one of our favourite spots in the city! Please join us in making comics! At the request of folks at this location, we will be drawing and telling stories - both large scale and small scale in a collaborative book and a whole batch of mini comic books!

Friday, August 10, 2018

Welcome To This Place - a national art project

The Art Bikers team is excited to be joining community members, artists, and ISANS and Mabelle Arts for the Halifax launch of Welcome to this Place - a national art project. 
Please join us August 10 from 2-4pm for Cyanotype Printing (an historic contact print method using sun and natural objects!) at Glen Garden in Clayton Park. We'll be turning our prints into buttons and then joining in the picnic from 4-6pm. All welcome, free, interpreters on site!
For more information, check out these links or see contact details on the poster. 

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Pop Up at Mosaic Garden with ISANS and Garden Friends!

Art Bikers will be working alongside staff of ISANS at the Mosaic Garden August 8th from 12-3:15pm. The location of Mosaic Garden is 28 Willet Street in Fairview and there's lots of shelter if the weather is uncooperative!

Join Art Bikers and friends in making garden-inspired costumes and props to animate the ISANS garden parade later this season. All welcome: all ages, all levels of artistic experience. Free!

Late Season Schedule

Art Bikers have a busy second half of the season. Here are our locations until the end of our season on August 25th.

Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates pertaining to weather or last minute changes!

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Isleville Park Community BBQ & Halifax Bikeweek Updates

Pop-up events are a great way for Art Bikers to test ideas and connect with various communities and groups across the Halifax region. This year, we were invited to join the Halifax Cycling Coalition at the Commons for Bike Week Halifax.

Joined by children and families enjoying a sunny evening at the Oval, we created bike and scooter wheel designs that flashed and swirled as wheels turned. This was a delight for younger children especially!

New signage welcoming folks in multiple languages was a great source of conversation as folks recognized their language or characters from their alphabet!

The North End Community Circle’s Annual Isleville Park BBQ is always a well-attended community event! This year, Art Bikers set up a dynamic and interactive pop-up postcard exchange inspired by an art project called City Mail*.

With a temporary post office, mail box, and mail carrier bags, there were jobs for everyone to do!

This is our very first letter carrier about to deliver the first Isleville Postcard!

Who's the lucky recipient?! Councillor Lindell Smith!
Writing and mailing postcards within the park, tracking down recipients, gathering and sorting kept everyone very busy and engaged.

We had volunteers from the community delivering silkscreened “Isleville Post” postcards all
through the event! Councillor Lindell Smith was among the lucky recipients!  

A highlight was sharing postcards with maintenance crew members and firefighters! 

An extra special thanks to all of the children, teens, and community leaders who helped animate this project!* Artist Alison Creba and friends are inspiration for Isleville Post. Creba’s Citymail was a project that happened in Halifax and by invitation at festivals and events in Atlantic Canada. Alison Creba was also an Art Biker for three seasons, from 2007 - 2009!

Check out the 4C's Foundation website for more info