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One artist in residence will create seven school murals

Students will be closely involved with artist Mique Michelle in every step of the process, from design to unveiling
File photo of a mural by Mique Michelle. (Heidi Ulrichsen/

Students in CSPGNO secondary schools will be taking part in a major arts project involving the creation of murals with the help of Mique Michelle, a well-known artist in this field.

From December 2017 to March 2018, Mique Michel will serve as an artist in residence in seven CSPGNO secondary schools. Her residence will result in the creation of a mural in each of these schools.
Students will be closely involved in every step of the process, from design to unveiling. The murals will be painted by brush and aerosol and the students will determine their themes. 
Mique Michelle (Dominique Boisvenue) is a Métis artist from Field (Ontario). She has created many impressive and vibrantly coloured murals on interior and exterior walls in public spaces in many Ontario communities.

For an overview of Mique Michelle’s work, see her website or her Facebook page
This artist’s tour of CSPGNO’s schools is made possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council’s Artist in Residence program, as well the Ministry of Education’s Indigenous Education Strategy, which helps teachers to include indigenous perspectives in Ontario’s curriculum.
The tour dates for Mique Michelle’s tour of CSPGNO secondary schools is as follows:
  • Greater Sudbury, École secondaire Macdonald-Cartier – Dec. 4 to 8 and École secondaire Hanmer – Dec. 18 to 22
  • Longlac, École secondaire Château-Jeunesse – Feb. 5 to 7
  • Marathon, École secondaire Cité-Supérieure – Feb. 9 to 13
  • Dubreuilville, École secondaire l’Orée des Bois – Feb. 14 to 16
  • Noëlville, École secondaire de la Rivière-des-Français – Mar. 5 to 7 
  • Elliot Lake, Villa Française des Jeunes – Mar. 7 to 9
Recognized for its keen sense of innovation and openness to the world, CSPGNO offers a French-language public education of the highest quality in eleven elementary schools and eight secondary schools in the communities of Markstay, Noëlville, Greater Sudbury, Elliot Lake, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa, Dubreuilville, Marathon, Manitouwadge and Longlac.