In the fall of 2019, Red Dress Productions worked with Marc Garneau Collegiate’s Gender & Sexuality Alliance Club (GSAC) to create the Project Love mosaic. The 12 x 4 foot ceramic and glass mural was created in collaboration with the collegiate’s students to bring visibility to LGBTQ students.
“More than 40 students from the GSA and the school’s art council contributed to designing and building this mosaic, which will be installed in one of the busiest corridors of the school,”
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From left to right: Tristan R. Whiston, Emma Munro (educator and GSAC supervisor), Brigitte (student and GSAC president), and Scott Pearce (educator and GSAC supervisor)
Over the past couple months, we’ve been working with the Gender & Sexuality Alliance Club (GSAC) at Marc Garneau Collegiate in Toronto, to create the Project Love mosaic — an initiative to bring visibility to the needs of queer youth in the school.
Here’s an update of how things have been developing.
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Over the fall months, we will be creating a mosaic with high school students that welcomes and celebrates students of all gender identities and sexual orientations.
Emma Munro and Scott Pearce, supervisors of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance Club at Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute in Toronto, created the Project Love initiative to bring visibility to the needs of queer youth in the school.
Last year the club won a $5,000 youth engagement grant from Rosedale United Church,
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