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Wall Murals Enhancing History .Part 2.

This presentation is on 2 walls mural projects. One with the S.Gieger Public School. Grades 5 & 6, 16ft X 8 ft. Massey, Ontario. The 2nd mural was completed with the N'Swakamok Alternative School in Sudbury.

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    • Cultural AppreciationFrom A First Nation’s Perspective
      Wall Mural’s Enhancing History,
      Part 2
      Mural Coordinator: Michael “Cy”Cywink
      Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve
    • S.Gieger Public SchoolGRADE 5 & 6
      This project was sponsored by the Rainbow District School Board.
      Massey, Ontario
      November 2010
    • Wall murals Enhancing History
      These projects can be linked to the following subjects in the curriculum; Native Studies, Art, Math and Language Arts.
      These art related projects do not have to be on the wall directly , nor on panel boards. They can include collage canvas ideas, and found objects.
      These projects are digitized in process. It is my intent to show the process as to the faces of the participants.
    • N’Swakamok Alternative School
      This was a 12 hour project working with 12 or so students in the alternative education program at the Sudbury Native Friendship Centre.
      The students partook in laying out all four walls of their class room and incorporating as many of their own designs as possible.
      This was an overall rewarding project for those students who appreciated what they were doing.
    • Each Project is Enhancing History for those participating.
      For further information please contact Michael directly at miizhen@yahoo.com