Students and staff of the New Horizons Adult Education Centre in Sherbrooke spent several days last week working on a collaborative art project that, when finished, will become one of the first things people will see when they walk in the front door. Carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communications’ Culture in the Schools Program, the project saw every member of the school community come together to make a mosaic mural out of recycled materials under the guidance of Bishopton-based artist Isabelle Gauthier. Michele Ferenczi, the teacher who planned the project, explained that the idea came out of planning for the centre’s annual end-of year gala. See full story in the Monday, April 15 edition of The Record.
By Gorden Lambie