Discovering treasures of biodiversity around you
The objective is for everyone to be able to take ownership of their territory with a view to becoming involved in the collective management of biodiversity
Installation of the artwork created by the students of the Mon Village Espace de Biodiversité scheme, on the wall of the school in Secondigné-sur-Belle, in the presence of the mayor, the municipal official, teachers, parents and children.
The objective is to work in class on the notion of “territory” through an artistic approach: thus, from one village to another, these panels will offer themselves to the passer-by’s eye as the symbol of a commitment to biodiversity and a citizen link on the scale of the territory. This work is also the result of the investment of a large number of teachers who have taken this collaborative adventure to the 22 schools.
Indeed, between 2012 and 20117 , primary school students from the Zone Atelier Plaine and Val de Sèvre are working with Nicole Doray-Soulard who goes from school to school to accompany the student artists. Each school chose a symbol species for its municipality and created 22 ceramic plaques (22 schools) that were offered to the 21 other schools in the project. The 484 plaques were varnished and framed in a monumental structure erected in the centre of each commune.