MSS to host steel flame sculpture made by artists OneKWE, Kwest

These cedar logs and upper canopy will form the surrounding area through which the steel frame will extend skyward, at the main entrance at the east side of the school.

M’CHIGEENG - When the 50th anniversary celebrations at Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) culminate in the conclusion of the major renovation project at the school, students, staff and community members alike will be treated to a striking new addition—a 16-foot steel flame to represent the Anishinaabe Seven Fires Prophecy made by M’Chigeeng sculptor OneKWE and graffiti and sculptural artist Kwest....

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