POSTEZ L' ART! : open exhibition until April 1.
The Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto is pleased to present the first retrospective of the postal art project led by visual artist Pierre Bruneau for almost twenty-five years. POSTEZ L’ART! is both an exhibition, an artist’s residency and a community-driven postal creation adventure with the goal of breaking the isolation of people in these difficult times of the pandemic.
Since 1997, Pierre Bruneau has produced a monthly series of mailings intended for a select group of collectors-subscribers. The coprus embodies a memory under construction, a process that takes place over time.
To see the interview given for the program “On va voir les expos” on TCF TV (in french)
The Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto is located at 2550, rue Ontario Est, Montréal H2K 1W7
Télephone : 514 872-7882
SCHEDULE UNTIL APRIL 1, 2021:
Tuesday to Friday : 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Sunday : 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
PICK UP YOUR POSTAL ART CREATION BOX AT THE MAISON DE LA CULTURE JANINE-SUTTO TODAY!
The Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto offers to families and people who wish to create postal art the material that will allow them to do it at home! Participants can choose to send their work to a person living in isolation or mail it to a loved one. A simple gesture that will bring happiness in these difficult times.
CREATION WORKSHOPS OFFERED TO GROUPS
The Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto also offers neighborhood organizations and schools the opportunity to participate in the project. Accompanied by a cultural mediator and the artist, the workshop participants will create a work of postal art. They can choose to send their creation to someone living in isolation or to post it to a loved one.
Are you interested in the project? Contact: email@example.com – 514 588-5024
It’s your turn !
For more information, download the communiqué (in french)
In recent weeks, several postal art creation workshops have been offered in schools, at the Centre jeunesse and in various community organizations. The enthusiasm of young and old alike who have so far participated in the workshops is nothing short of gratifying! A group of teenagers from the Centre jeunesse produced cards for people receiving services from the Montreal Association for the Intellectually Handicapped. The emotion could be read on their faces when we handed them the cards just before Christmas. People living with intellectual disabilities have in turn created cards for the boys at the Youth Center.
PIERRE BRUNEAU IN RESIDENCE AT THE MAISON DE LA CULTURE
Pierre Bruneau has set up his studio at the Maison de la Culture for the duration of the exhibition. He works there, among other things, on his mailings and on his current projects. Visitors will be able to meet and interact with the artist on site.