School Architecture Mural

Produced by MU, the School Architecture mural was created by Roadsworth and produced with the collaboration of 20 secondary 3, 4 and 5 students, as well as Isabelle Duguay (artistic educator) and William-Patrick (assistant muralist).

True ode to classic school supplies, the work now indicates in a playful way the entry of students from Saint-Laurent high school (Émile-Legault building).

Continuing the space exploration that qualifies his works, Roadsworth uses here the concrete architecture of the arch to create a game of illusions with supplies in real proportions, but giant format.

This project was made possible thanks to the collaboration of Mesdames Laurence Faidutti and Ann-Lisa Kissi, plastic arts teachers; and Ms. Christine Touzin, educational advisor to the Marguerite-Bourgeoys School Board.

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