I Can Make Art ... Like Maud Lewis

In this short film from the I Can Make Art Like... series, a group of Grade 6 students are inspired by Maud Lewis, the celebrated Nova Scotian folk artist who painted scenes of country life. With the help of artist Kyle Jackson, they create a folk art painting of their own downtown neighbourhood. Informative, touching and filled with the magic of creation, this film shows both the power and simple pleasure of folk art.

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Film Credits

writer
Jane Churchill
director
Jane Churchill
producer
Tamara Lynch
director of photography
Kent Nason
sound recordist
Arthur McKay
editor
Joey Calugay
researcher
Elaine Shatenstein
series researcher
Jane Churchill
series art consultant
Nancy Retallack-Lambert
art consultant
Willie Reid
Dale Sheppard
music composer
Eric Lemoyne
sound editor
Tony Reed
foley artist
Karla Baumgardner
re-recording
Shelley Craig
animation
BenoƮt Chagnon

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