Premiere: Intergenerational Audiovisual History Project

This project is a year in the making and is a collection of oral testimonies and stories from community members and figures who were involved or related to the history of the Falaise.

Students and seniors worked in collaboration to weave the narrative of this forest together, from its existence as a dump site to the creation of the park we know and love today, shown in an interview-style film.

Along with showcasing our video, audience members could walk through the exhibit to see a prepared timeline, with pictures and descriptions, from the 1700’s to present day. Included also blown-up photos of the Falaise’s most notable birds taken by our members.

Take a look at the film here:

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UrbaNature Education teaches environmental education in urban and suburban settings. We facilitate the human connection with nature, wherever it is found, ensuring our programs are available to all, especially vulnerable populations.