'Big Art for Little Minds' Recreates Woodstock in Toronto

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Dec 10, 2010 • References: bigartforlittleminds & youtube
'Big Art for Little Minds' is a Toronto-based organization dedicated to the artistic development of youth. To spread their message, Big Art decided to initiate a flashmob in Toronto's Dundas Square.

The stunt followed a theme of Woodstock, with choreographed dancers breaking into a number set to a mix of your parents' favorite tunes. From Jimi Hendrix to the Beatles, the retro revival tunes set the tone for 'Big Art for Little Minds' to launch a movement of freedom, fun and beauty that embodies everything awesome about the 1960s. Stats for Retro Revival Flash Mobs Trending: Older & Chilly
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