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DIGITAL CONTENT

2021-22

VIRTUAL PRESENTATION | The Ceremony

Explore the work of Leisure (Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley) through this video presentation of the exhibition The Ceremony, including documentation images from the exhibition presented along with Gentiane Bélanger’s curatorial text recited by Gabrielle Flynn, our ArtLab Intern this year.

 

CURATORIAL PONDERINGS | Les yeux dans l’eau

In preparation for the exhibition Les yeux dans l’eau, scheduled for the winter 2022, independant curator Geneviève Wallen foregrounds her reflection process by means of a blog. 

POP-UP EXHIBITION #2 | Cultures croisées 2020-21 : l’art, la terre, et les racines

This POP-UP exhibition presents traces of the creative process of a collective formed by students and a professor of Fine Arts from Bishop’s University, who undertook a residency with a local farm.

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PRESENTATION| The Clearing

Discover Jose Luis Torres‘ public art installation The Clearing presented at Square Queen. With the participation of the artist, Gentiane Bélanger (Foreman Art Gallery) and Frédérique Renaud (Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke).

ARTIST TALK | Leisure

Listen to art collective Leisure (Meredith Carruthers and Susannah Wesley) talk about their work in preparation to their exhibition The Ceremony, followed by a prize ceremony by Bishop’s University’s Fine Arts Department.

SPECIAL PROJECT | (IM)migration

In connection with the Semaine Sherbrookoise des Rencontres Interculturelles (SSRI), the ArtLab presents a collective and interactive mobility mapping project which considers geo-cultural origins, diasporic experiences, patterns of displacement, virtual mapping and digital storytelling to reveal narratives of interconnectedness.

ARTLAB WORKSHOP | Christmas Worksop

ARTLAB WORKSHOP | Lueur dans la nuit

DIGITAL CONTENT | The Pigeon and the Puddle: A Controversial Song

Discover a variety of digital content produced in conjunction with the exhibition The Pigeon and the Puddle: A Controversial Song, by ZOT’Z* Collective: virtual environment and guided tours, presentation and workshop videos, young critics and artists.

VIRTUAL TOUR | 23rd Fine Arts Graduating Student’s Exhibition

Discover the work of Fine Arts graduating students presented as part of the Intuition exhibition, the 23rd Fine Arts Graduating Student’s Exhibition.

VIRTUAL TOUR | Fall Exhibitions

Discover the Foreman Art Gallery’s Gall 2021 exhibitions : Ellie Ga’s Gyres, and other driftings, Camila Vásquez‘s Repenser la famille. De l’utopie aux nouvelles stratégies and Annie Briard‘s VIDEOTANK #22: LANDSCAPE, CUTOUT.

ARTLAB WORKSHOP | Hang in There!

PRESENTATION | 23rd Fine Arts Graduating Student’s Exhibition

With the participation of Foreman Art Gallery’s Director/Curator Gentiane Bélanger, student curator Amélia Poirier, graduating students Laura Dian and Francine Éthier, Fine Arts Department Chair James Benson, and Technician Brenna Filion.

POP-UP EXHIBITION #1 | Second Sight

This first POP-UP exhibition presents a series of sketchbook, each representing the creative process of an artist participating in the 23rd Fine Arts Graduating Student’s Exhibition. 

WORKSHOP SERIES | Artistic Break 2021

Discover a free virtual programming of daily creative workshops for children aged 6 to 12, in replacement of the March Break Art Camp usually held at the ArtLab.

ARTLAB WORKSHOP | Light Up BU!

The Foreman Art Gallery’s Community Art Lab (ArtLab) positions itself on the cutting edge between art, education, and community development with the goal of exploring how these worlds collide and interact with one another.

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