The Dynasty Summit is a collective experience that brings together players from the media and cultural industries to reflect, co-create and build new ideas and programs that promote the creation of content and cultural goods created by Afro-Descendants in Quebec. The intention of the Summit is to collectively question, rethink and rebuild the cultural and media industries.
Under the artistic direction of Harry Julmice, Hanna Che (Never Was Average) and Niti Marcelle Mueth, nearly twenty artists created a 7-metre by 100-metre mural on rue Sainte-Catherine, between rue Saint-Hubert and rue Saint-André. In initiating this work, Fondation Dynastie wished to express its solidarity against racism and disparity by uniting voices across borders through the power of art. The work is intended as a space for positive conversations and a lasting reminder of the message of social justice that lies at the heart of the #BLM movement.