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July 2020

View our Convocation page for messages from the Valedictorian and President to the 2020 graduating class, videos from this year's award recipients, and more.....

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CMTN honours graduates with art print

July 6, 2020  

Kari Morgan vector 

Today we're revealing the beautiful artwork Coast Mountain College had commissioned in honour of the resiliency and achievement of the class of 2020 and to recognize the unique circumstances under which CMTN graduates have persevered during the ongoing pandemic. With no in-person convocation due to COVID-19 we wanted to recognize our graduates in a different way. Each graduate will receive a copy of this image with their parchment in the mail.

Kari Morgan K’alaajex’s submission of a fireweed and frog design called Resilience was selected because of its representation of transformation, resiliency and achievement. Kari is herself a graduate of Coast Mountain College's Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art.

In designing the piece, K'alaajex says she chose the fireweed to because it is one of the first plants to grow after a devastating forest fire and represents that there is still hope to grow and flourish even through difficult times. The frog is a symbol of rebirth and renewal.

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