On the occasion of the International Day of La Francophonie, the École supérieure joins other art schools in Quebec to launch the "French, Language of Creation and Expression" campaign.
"French was presented not as a barrier, but as an opportunity," said Adrian Batt, graduate at École supérieure and native of New Brunswick.
Through video clips and posters, these educational institutions highlight the value of French. "French brought me the key to a new information gateway," says Adrian Batt, finishing at New Brunswick's Graduate School. I used to have access to the information gate in English, but thanks to my studies here, now I have the key to the French door. International language of ballet, French is particularly honored at the École supérieure. "It's a romantic language [...] that sings and dances," says Fauna Natasha Lopera Lopez, a Colombian student. The École supérieure video capsule also features Claire Campbell from Nova Scotia and Professor Muriel Valtat.
This valorisation campaign is the first part of a project led by ADÉSAM, carried out within the framework of the French Language Promotion and Development Fund of the Ministry of Culture and Communications. The second part is a documentary, which is being produced. In addition to the École supérieure, you will see and hear the Montreal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, the Montreal School of Contemporary Dance, the National School of Song, the École nationale circus, National School of humor, Inis and Musitechnic.
To follow the campaign on social networks: #CréonsEnFrançais
International Day of La Francophonie