Cuisine ton Quartier: Solidarity Collage
For all/Bilingual/Accessible to people with reduced mobility
During Peace Days, ATSA is offering a mediation activity in connection with Cuisine ton quartier, and led by artist and mediator Anne-Marie St-Louis and photographer Kiran Ambwani. This activity is for families and explores inclusion, solidarity and identity. By creating collages on site, participants can creatively represent their multiple identities, their relationship to their country of origin or their host country. All materials will be provided.
ATSA, Quand l’Art passe à l’Action brings you the Cuisine ton quartier podcast trail through Jarry Park and several other Montreal parks. Cuisine ton quartier is an inclusive social art project that opens minds to others and hopes to reduce racism. It reinforces a positive perception of the courageous people from elsewhere who participate in our society. ATSA invites you to look out for the signs installed in the park and let yourself be carried away by the testimonies of people of immigrant background, community integration workers and artists inspired by migratory issues. Life stories, more or less difficult journeys, authentic experiences that make us grow in courage and human intelligence. Experience this audio-guided tour at your own pace, while enjoying the pleasant surroundings of this neighbourhood park, immersed in the world of the artist.