Artistic and Cultural Projects

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Artistic and Cultural Projects

In the context of COVID-19
A Montreal School for All (AMSFA) and its partners are committed to respecting the current health measures defined by Public Health and the CNESST in its various activities.

Each initiative consists of a training day prior to the start of a project which draws attention to teaching in a Montreal disadvantaged area and centers on the context around a cultural approach to teaching. This allows participants to better understand the role of a cultural facilitator and to transfer that awareness to other disciplines in an effort to better serve our students and their success.

Projects available in English for the 2020/2021

P100 Develop a tailor-made artistic and cultural project
Register from November 2nd to January 29th

Projects with the following criteria will be considered:
A. An exploration phase during which students discover the content of the project.
B. A production phase during which students take part in a process of creation.
C. An exhibition phase during which students present their work from phase B.
D. An outing to a cultural venue in Montreal weaved into one of the previous phases.

To submit a P100 project click HERE to access an online registration form.


P44 Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders (Cycle 1)
May/June 2021

Students discover the transformative world of the pond during the spring by having a unique experience in a natural pond at the Morgan Arboretum

P07 3,2,1 Action! (Cycle 2)
Feb to May 2021

With the help of Geordie Theatre school, students will participate in various classroom drama workshops, see a mainstage play, and put together their own small classroom production.

P55 Poetry Café (Cycle 3)
Dates TBD after Jan 2021

With the help of storyteller, Stéphanie Bénéteau, students engage in both reading and oral communication through poetry. Students explore meaning, think critically, appreciate, read and perform poems.

P69 All Aboard Games (Cycle 1 & 2)
Dates TBD after Jan 2021

This project is designed for students to learn to play and play to learn! By introducing them to modern board games they will develop both literacy and numeracy skills, engage in cognitive and complex problem solving, and develop stronger collaborative and communication skills.

P69a Game Designers Wanted (Cycle 3)
Date TBD after Jan2021

Students will be guided through the entire game design and development process through a 7 session program.

For a full list of available projects in both English and French and for more detailed information on each project and how to apply click HERE

For more information regarding artistic and cultural projects with AMSFA, contact :

Nancy Saltarelli:

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