For the last thirty years, Elizabeth-Anne Doyle has worked in such cultural institutions as Place des Arts, the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts and Cirque du Soleil. These experiences have created her deep passion for the arts scene. She cofounded MU, a charitable organization that has transformed Montréal into an open-air museum by creating murals with the goal of democratizing art and stimulating local development. A hundred frescoes and more than 300 community murals have been created in 15 neighbourhoods of the city since 2007. MU has provided support to more than 100 artists and collaborated with 200+ community groups, helping to beautify 20 HLMs (subsidized housing projects) and about 50 schools. She has been chosen as Personality of the Week by La Presse (2017) and the following year Urbania magazine included her in its list of 50 people who create the extraordinary. In 2019, MU received the Grand Prix from the Conseil de Arts Montréal.