évènements et activités / Galerie et Laboratoire communautaire d’art

OCTOBER 2009

Behind these walls - Film screening
Thursday, Oct. 1, 8:00 pm @ La Maison du ciméma (63 King st. W, Sherbrooke)
Curated by Vicky Chainey Gagnon
Presented as part of Espace Im[média], organized by CAMEstrie

Programming

Launch of the podcast The Rustification of Henry Thomas Brown
Thursday, Oct. 15, 5:00 PM:
Foreman Art Gallery’s Website, Bishop’s University

Art 21: Identity & Stories – Free screenings of documentary + art
Wednesday, Oct. 14th, 7:00 PM:
SPOROBOLE centre en art actuel (74, Albert Street, Sherbrooke)

Art 21: Memory & Structures – Free screenings of documentary + art
Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 7:00 PM:
SPOROBOLE centre en art actuel (74, Albert Street, Sherbrooke)


NOVEMBER 2009

My Winnipeg, Guy Maddin – Free Screening of documentaries + art
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 7:00 PM:
Le Café Java (168 Queen, Sherbrooke)

Conference and art workshop : How to make art, work par l'artiste Margrethe Ulvik.
Thursday, Nov. 19, 4 : 00 - 6:00PM:
Centennial  Theatre, Bishop’s University (Sherbrooke).

Discover an experience in residency at the textile factory Tissus George Sheard Canada Ltée (Coaticook)

Sponsored by Speaker's Committee, Bishop's University


JANUARY 2010

Video screening of The Pinky Show. Friday, January 4th to January 23rd. Foreman Art Gallery.


The Pinky Show, Line up, 2009

In the context of a meeting with The Pinky Show, The Foreman Art Gallery is transformed in a projection room. Come and watch 15 Pinky Show’s short videos linked to the notion of “Power”, including Fear, Aggression, & Empire, What's Wrong with GMOs? and Globalization (and the metaphysics of control in a free market world).


Public presentation with the Pinky Show, "Structure / Power / Agency". Tuesday, jan 19, 7:00 PM: Boquébière  (50, Wellington Nord Street, Sherbrooke).



The public presentation seeks to initiate a conversation on the unique possibilities, responsibilities, and challenges facing independent educational projects that largely function outside (dominant) ideological coercive institutions - museums, schools and corporate media.


A World Where Many Worlds Fit - Round table featuring Oliver Ressler (Austria), Petra Gerschner (Germany), Michael Backmund (Germany), Cheryl Gosslin (Bishop's University). Friday, Jan. 29, 2010, 7:00 - 9:30PM: Tremplin (97, rue Wellington Sud #10, Sherbrooke).

This event is sponsored by the Speaker's Committee of Bishop's University

Art 21 : Consumption & Play – Free screenings of documentary + art
Wednesday, Jan. 27th, 7:00 PM:
SPOROBOLE centre en art actuel (74, Albert Street, Sherbrooke)

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (I Shop Therefore I Am), 1987

Programming


FEBRUARY 2010

Art 21 : Ecology & Time – Free screenings of documentary + art
Wednesday, Feb. 17th, 7:00 PM:
SPOROBOLE centre en art actuel (74, Albert Street, Sherbrooke)


Mark Dion, Neukim Vivarioum, 2006


MARCH 2010

Encirclement, Neo-Liberalism Ensnares Democracy. Richard Brouillette. 2008. Wednesday, March 17, 6:30: Université de Sherbrooke, local A4-359 (Fac. of letters and humanities)