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À l’affiche Arprim UQAM

The production team of the works invite you to a presentation retracing the experience of the 2021 edition of À l’Affiche, a contemporary art publishing initiative jointly developed by Arprim and the School of Visual and Media Arts at UQAM.

La Foire à l’œuvre

Zocalo, centre d’artistes, vous invite à découvrir, du 5 mai au 2 juin, La Foire à l’œuvre, une exposition collective qui réunit quarante artistes au 80, rue Saint-Jean, à Longueuil. La Foire à l’œuvre est une exposition au profit du centre qui souligne son trentième anniversaire. Le Zocalo, c’est surtout, trente ans de complicité et …

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Ex-Libris Atelier Circulaire members exhibit

Ex-Libris is a Latin word referring to the owner’s imprint pasted on the inside cover of a book. In Europe, Ex-Libris imprints became very popular in the early days of printing. The Ex-Libris often took the form of a stamp that includes the owner’s name.

Roots and Wings Anna Jane McIntyre

Roots & Wings is a special project by Montreal artist Anna Jane McIntyre, featuring a flock of relief-printed birds that fly across the window of the FAIMTL / Grande venue …

Special Project Rotten Candy

Rotten Candy is a DIY transmission broadcasting the shifting state of underground scenes due to lack of space and gentrification. It’s bittersweet; sending out the alarm for resurgence while artists continue to make it happen and have fun under pressured circumstances.

Tête-à-Tête Exhibit

An ephemeral group exhibit that brings together four duos of artists in four public spaces in Longueuil.

Normand Biron A. Piroir

Launch of Normand Biron’s book and an exhibit developed from works he has chosen from the collection of the studio, including the artists Bonnie Baxter, Louis-Pierre Bougie, Paul Cloutier, Albert Dumouchel, Marc Garneau, Betty Goodwin, John Heward…

Henriette Valium exhibit guided tour

Guided tour of Henriette Valium’s exhibition in the presence of two long-time collaborators of the artist, Marc Tessier and Louis Rastelli.