Dawson Peace Mural
video by Roger Aziz on Vimeo.
raison d art is being used in schools as a public art project.
With the contribution of all the students and staff, all create a common piece of art.
The art piece is then displayed in a public hallway for everyone to see and feel part of.
Especially for schools, finding a cost effective activity for large groups of people is a challenge and it is nearly impossible to find a creative activity everyone can participate in.
This original concept works to…
- Promote inner creativity through individual artistic expression
- Foster team contribution through the creation of a common, large scale work of art
- Create a lasting work of art that can be framed and displayed in a public hallway
Tried, tested and perfected, raison d’art artworks have been successfully run in schools with hundreds of participants of all ages.
Easy, cost effective and scalable
- raison d’art is an event activity you can practically take and operate out of a box
- Installation is easy and cost effective, not requiring crews of workers to execute
- raison d’art is a scalable activity accommodating groups in the thousands, and all can participate.
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This mural was the work of nearly 400 students at École International de Montréal. This ceramic mural is a permanent installation shown in a main hallway of the school. It has been realized in June 2010.
This ceramic tile artwork was done by students of all grades of the Adélard-Desrosiers secondary school of Pointe-de-l’Île schoolboard in 2011. It is installed in a major hallway of the school.
This 240 tile artwork was done by students of all grades of the Wilfrid-Pelletier secondary school of Pointe-de-l’Île schoolboard in 2011. It has been made on ceramic tiles and is installed in a major hallway of the school.