The success of our school project has led us to one conclusion: we need to do more to stimulate the creativity of our local children.

To do this, we decided to collaborate with the most important art institution we have, the Opale Foundation, a world leader in the field of Aboriginal art and its influence on other art forms.

Luckily for us, they agreed to host the children from the camp for two days. So the children were inspired in the museum by looking at the exhibition and then began their own journey amongst the great works of art.

After the first few days, it was time to apply the new skills on a wall. The CMA provided a wall in its car park, so the children expressed themselves for three days under the supervision of Rosalind Monks and CRBZ, two artists from Western Switzerland.

The Tschuppi Foundation was also a great help in realising this project and contributed to its funding. See the result in the Crans car park on level 3.

From 9am till noon
Price per child 300 chf
From 6 y.o.
Includes coaching, equipment, drink/food, t-shirt, cap.