After months of effort, Tennyson's Stream of Dreams was completed today -- come check out the fence in front of the school to see this school-wide art project. The over 400 fish were painted by Tennyson students over the past week.
Thank you to the Jo-Ann Gordon and the Tennyson Fine Arts committee, the Kitsilano Secondary Shop Program, General Paint, Pacific Salmon Foundation, Louise and Coral from the Stream of Dreams Mural Society, the many parent volunteers, and to the students of Lord Tennyson for their amazing artwork. This project was sponsored and funded by the Tennyson PAC.
The Stream of Dreams is a community art program with a goal of helping people understand their connections to water and fish habitat and how to make behavioural changes to protect streams, rivers, lakes and our one ocean. Stream of Dreams is a program of the Stream of Dreams Mural Society. Founded in the Lower Mainland, Stream of Dream murals have been created and installed across the country. For more information, visit the Stream of Dreams website.
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