Let’s help the Administration re-imagine our campus public art.
As opposition to the planned statue project is finally being heard — Statues to memorialize Canada’s prime ministers would be ‘culturally insensitive’: university and Wilfrid Laurier University to reconsider plan for prime ministers’ statues – we thought you might want to help the Administration come up with ideas for alternative public art for the campus. Tell us (in the Leave a Comment box below) what sort of art you think could do that!
The statue project, according to Assistant Vice-president of External Relations Joel Peters, is intended “to stimulate discussion about history, about how . . . our country evolve[d] from 1867 to where we are now.”
Tell us what sort of art you think could do that! And we’ll publish your ideas in the WLUFA Advocate.