The best way to involve an audience is to excite them, surprise them, and innovate. What better way to tell the story of Franco-Ontarians than a commemoration project that makes learning fun and encourages discovery through the use of the senses. This event is geared towards multilingual audiences.
Chairs carry stories by the way they are manufactured and used and, by sitting on them, we hear, through hidden loudspeakers (French or English), a short historical tale. These weather-resistant chairs can be used as street furniture.
(Videos in French only)
Better understand Champlain’s time through his accessories, fashion and ambitions. The costumes created offer a visual representation and a vision of the world through the eyes of these larger-than-life characters.