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32nd International Symposium of Contemporary Art of Baie-Saint-Paul

symposium.jpgPierre Landry spoke with contemporary artist and spokesperson for this year's edition of the symposium, Marc Séguin.  Artists from here and around the world, spend a one-month residency in Baie-Saint-Paul creating their work around the theme of Time....and the public witnesses the entire creation process up close and personal. 
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Public Art in Old Quebec

PassagesUntil October, you can interact with 6 different art installations along the cobbled stones of Old Quebec. 

They're apart of a public art exhibit called Passages Insolites.  Pierre Landry spoke with the curator of the exhibit, Vincent Roy of Exmuro and an architecture graduate student, Alexandre Hamlyn about the importance of making art accessible.

photo Robin Dupuis

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Telling the story of Gaspésie wharfs: Carleton-Sur-Mer

Gaspésian photographer, Maryse Goudreau wants to tell the story of the Gaspé wharfs through distressed travel slides in a cargo container on the beach.  
Her work, Carleton-Sur-Mer is featured in this year's edition of the Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie.

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She spoke with Pierre Landry about telling the story of her community and her concern for the surrounding waterways.

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