Arts & Culture: May 2014 Archives
Monday May 26, 2014
Categories: Arts & Culture, Julia Caron, Quebec City
Thursday May 15, 2014
Repurposing outdated pieces of technology, from cassette tapes to cathode-ray televisions, into captivating sound art installations. It's part of the Festival International de Musique Actuel de Victoriaville, which celebrates its 30th edition this year. The concerts are always a surefire bet, but for the past 4 years the sound art installations have started to create a draw of their own. Our Julia Caron spoke with the sound art installation's curator, Erick D'Orion, about what people can check out.
Categories: Arts & Culture, Julia Caron
Monday May 5, 2014
When you think of visual art you might imagine paintings, sculptures, photography... but it's rare that mathematical formulas come to mind. Turns out, they can factor into visual beauty. The Sherbrooke-based artist - and mathematician - Etienne Saint-Amant is creating amazing images using only mathematical formulas. Our Townships reporter Alison Brunette stopped by Etienne's workshop to find out more.
Visit our Facebook page for photos of the artwork. They will be on display at the Galerie du Théatre in Magog from May 9th until June 1st. The vernissage is on Sunday, May 11th at 1 pm: Facebook event and details here.
Categories: Alison Brunette, Arts & Culture, Eastern Townships
- July 2014
- Thu., 31 – Revisiting Quebec in "1987"
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- November 2013
- Fri., 29 – Salon du livre des Premières Nations
- October 2013
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- February 2013
- Wed., 20 – Urban design, art and pulp mills