The "En couleurs" Exhibition at Collège de Saint-Laurent: A Complete Success!
By Véronick Talbot
, contributor, hired while a student for various projects of Tolerance.ca
To mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21, arts students at the Collège de Saint-Laurent were asked to create work on the theme of cultural diversity and identity. Organized in collaboration with Tolerance.ca® as part of the series on the diversity of values and religious beliefs, published on its Web site, the exhibition lasted a week and drew hundreds of visitors. Close to 40 students attended the opening. Victor Teboul, director of Tolerance.ca®, spoke at the opening to congratulate the participants. Also present were François La Bissonnière, a member of Tolerance.ca® and professor in the French Department at Collège de Saint-Laurent, and Ariane Bureau, project director. Véronick Talbot of Tolerance.ca® met with the participants.
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The students who participated in the “En couleurs” exhibition at Collège de Saint-Laurent, with Professor François La Bissonnière (front row, left); Victor Teboul, director of Tolerance.ca® (back row, far left); Ariane Bureau (back row, centre) and Véronick Talbot (back row, far right). Photo: Guy Labissonnière.