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Everybody Has The Right
The mural created by Robertson School students in celebration of the opening of the Canadian Human Rights Museum consists of three sections, each of which represents a different theme: Diversity, Equality and Human Rights. The backgrounds designed and painted by grade five and six students feature a rainbow and outstretched hands. Robertson students were asked to reflect on one of the themes and then asked to represent their ideas in words or pictures. Each class then contributed individual art pieces based on one of the themes to the mural, which were then glued to the backgrounds to create a multimedia art piece. Some of medium used by the students include, watercolour, crayon, marker, pencil crayons and tempera. Some of the artists which inspired art pieces include Norval Morriseau and Andy Warhol. The final product not only represents the themes that were presented to the children but is in itself a true example of celebrating inclusion and diversity.
A special thanks to our Art teacher, Ms. Henteleff who supported teachers and students with this Diversity and Equality wall project.