Our Heritage Mural is Done!

The Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, joined the Ontario Heritage Trust for the event on Sunday, April 28th. The event commemorating the bicentennial of the battle and occupation of York in 1813. The event featured speakers and performances, followed by tours of the exhibit “Foundations & Fire: Early Parliament and the War of 1812 Experience at York.”  The Art City mural will be up until the end of May, so make sure to check it out along with other murals created buy the local schools

Everyone hand a hand in creating this mixed media mural. Our students ages 6-14,  high school & adult volunteers, staff and even some parents stayed behind to help add the finishing touches. The materials used to create this mixed media masterpiece: magazine paper, special hand painted paper, oil pastels, spray paint, custom paper log houses, boys and girls from 1812, and a lot of glue/gloss!

We can’t wait to see it in the exhibit!



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