In response to the issues of cultural diversity and using the art of graffiti as a tool for inclusion, a partnership between Actions interculturelles and Estrie Aide was born. Together, they embarked on the production of a major mural. Almost the entire wall of Estrie Aide’s building, located on Wellington Street in Sherbrooke, was used as a canvas by well-known Sherbrooke graffiti artists Guillaume Cabana and Boris Biberdzic, who painted an urban work illustrating the beauty of difference.
The work was officially unveiled on Wednesday.
For full story and others, subscribe now.