Lacey Jane and Layla Folkmann

“We think the Popsilos project is a wonderful idea because it will bring public art to rural communities that are often left out from monumental art projects. Painting tall silos situated against the beautiful Canadian landscape is a stunning way to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary through art, and also a way of getting primarily urban painters to reconnect with their earthly roots.”
- Lacey Jane and Layla Folkmann, artists

Emmanuel Jarus and Zek One

“Popsilos recognizes Global Street Art as an integral and celebrated art genre and this proposed project further establishes Eastern Ontario as a hub of this movement in Canada.”

- Emmanuel Jarus, artist


“I have personal connections to the region and have always wanted to paint a silo. The themes of the project are also ones that resonate with me.”
- Roadsworth, artist


“I have a love for all nations and peoples within Canada and I work to help show that there is a future through art and understanding.”

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The Popsilos project combines art and agrifood tourism in a circuit that leads to five giant murals celebrating Canada’s 150th on farm silos in the Prescott-Russell countryside, interlacing small producers where visitors can discover local produce and other products.

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