This page chronicles some of my most favorite past projects. Simply click on the links and images for more details.
HYPER-ART with 200 LIONS Collective Art Project (May, 2015)
I had the honor of creating this work of art with the participation of 200 LIONS delegates from the Atlantic Provinces, part of Québec and Maine. It was a total blast and I thought you would enjoy this short video I recently posted on Vimeo.
Here's a link
The CAFi Project: Engage men and boys in the promotion of healthy relationships (March, 2015)
Several cultures, a common objective; the promotion of healthy relationships, here is the artistic project on which four community leaders of healthy relationships worked with the help of Moncton artist, Reg Noël. (For the rest of the story, see commemorative plaque below)
TEDx Moncton HYPER-Art Collective Art Project (October, 2014)
Each project of this magnitude requires its own approach. My latest project from this category was created on October 4, 2014, during this year's edition of TEDx Moncton. TEDx is any locally organized variation of the very popular TED Talks. As a way to help energize and kickoff the event, I launched the "HYPER-ART Collective Art Project". In less than three minutes, all of the 153 people in attendance included their artistic participation by bending 22 originally straight segments of copper… quickly (they had 3 seconds each). The different shapes thus created inspired me to place their unique copper creations within the freshly troweled layer of concrete. Later, I added the colors and a protective coating to the work of art. This collective art project represents the high level of local interest in such events as this one. It is also an excellent example of the great things we can accomplish through the spirit of teamwork. In this photo gallery, you will find several pictures of the event including a few of the finished work of art.
Collective / Public Art Project: Petitcodiac Edition (October, 2010):
During the inauguration of the brand-new Dieppe Arts and Culture Center (DACC), a work of art was created with the help of 131 people (24 companies and organizations also participated financially in this project) . (read more)
Clara Hughes / fundraising benefit dinner for the Boys and Girls Club of Moncton, Delta Beauséjour (March, 2010):
This story started during the month of July 2008, however; it did not make sense until March 11, 2010. (read more)
Portage Atlantic (March, 2010):
This organization does amazing work with kids and young adults needing help. In this photo, Dr. King (chairman of the board for the organization) and I are discussing this organization’s wonderful results of as well as the participants' creative talent displayed before our eyes. Here’s a link to this organization's website. For more details on this wonderful project, I propose reading a newspaper article in Telegraph Journal written by Kathy Kaulfield which explains concisely my approach to life. This article earned her a place on the shortlist for the Atlantic Journalism Award in the spring of 2011. Here is the newspaper article in a high-resolution PDF below.
I encourage you to visit their website http://www.portage.ca/atlantic/index.html for more details on their excellent work.
World Acadian Congress 2009 (August, 2009):
Following is information on a mega-collective Art Project. During the World Acadian Congress 2009, which was held between August 7 and August 23, 2009, I had the pleasure of working on a massive undertaking. When I say massive, I mean 17 feet wide by 5 feet high and weighing over 1000 pounds. Fortunately, I wasn't alone. In fact, 8313 people contributed to the creation of a wonderful work of art. This Mega-Collective Art Project is definitely a high point in my career as an artist. Below is a PDF copy of the commemorative plaque I designed for this event containing the names of the participants (sorry, in French only), as well as a local newspaper article. (More details and photos here)
Military Family Resource Centre,CFB Gagetown / Oromocto, NB (June, 2009):
This was a very special event and it was an honor to spend time with these courageous people. (read more)
The Canadian Cancer Society (April 9, 2009):
This work of art is the result of the united creativity of cancer survivors, volunteers, Canadian Cancer Society staff, and Moncton artist, Reg Noël. You can download the original high-resolution copy of the commemorative plaque by clicking below.