Espace 400e Bell
100, Quai Saint-André
Invitation to Manif d’art 7 Benefit Premiere Event
Friday May 2 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Espace 400e Bell
100, Quai Saint-André Quebec City
50$ (Plus taxes)*
The Manif d’art 7 Benefit Premiere Event is the one must-attend VIP cultural event this spring! Come meet the curator, the artists and the Quebec City Biennial’s partners and take part in the unveiling of the main site’s exhibit including 14 artists. There will also be the launch of the Manif d’art 7 Catalogue. Matthieu Dugal will be hosting the event. A wine of honor and hors-d’œuvres will be served.
The ticket includes one Manif d’art 7 pin and a drink coupon.
Tickets also available at Manif d’art offices.
Note that the VIP entrance tickets earnings to $ 250 are no longer available.
L’AÉROSPATIAL Spécial Manif d’art
Presented by CKRL 89,1
L’aérospatial Spécial Manif d’art is a radio show devoted to the exhibits, events and satellite activities of Manif d’art 7. Host Julie Gagné and her team of collaborators will bring you interviews, comments, columns and discussions, in a friendly atmosphere that will make you want to come and see for yourself.
226 1/2, rue Saint-Joseph
Guérilla : unis par le bruit
Nights of freestyle sound and cinematographic performances
Presented by Manif d’art in special collaboration with Le Cercle
Guest curator: Érick d’Orion
The series Guerrillas: United by Sound consists of a reading in sound and moving mages of the theme of Manif d’art 7. Leaving their aesthetic comfort zone, Canadian media artists explore new spheres of creation, offering up highly personal interpretations of the concepts of resistance and community in complex, innovative and uncompromising sound performances in which experiments in sound, both bruitist and minimalist, become a vector of thought.
Initiated by the curator Érick d’Orion, this project is the fruit of a wealth of profound thinking about the different kinds of resistance: historical, physical, political, etc. Each performance gives rise to questions around these concepts and provides audiences with an opportunity to delve deeper into them through discussions with the artists. The series Guérilla: unis par le bruit is thus an invitation to reflect in a setting that goes beyond mere live performance.
Le Marché du Zombie
Saturday May 3rd
At 9:00 pm on the corner of rue du Pont/St-Joseph
Presented by Manif d’art
Les Fermières Obsédées
Eugénie Cliche and Annie Baillargeon (Quebec City, Canada)
Le marché du zombie (Walk Your Talk), a cross between demonstration and festivity, is a performance set to the rhythm of frenzied music. Accompanied for the occasion by performance artist Isabelle Lapierre (active in the collective since 2008), pianist Marie-Hélène Blay (active in the collective since 2008) and tubist Audrey Boivin-Laframboise, the F.O. put body and soul into a sung discourse that will do honour to their aspirations, providing a display of the power struggles behind present-day political and economic issues. Armed with their oversized pompoms, the F.O. invite viewers to join the group and stroll about in this musical comedy inspired by the finest aberrations of our times. At once festive and destabilising, this event is social satire, demonstration and resistance rolled into one.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec
The Québec Winter Carnival
Nous : le labo
Friday May 16 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday May 17 from 8.pm. to 9 p.m.
Pluridisciplinary performance (poetry / music / video)
Presented by Le Cercle
Catherine Dorion’s intensity, the dazzling music of Navet Confit and classical pianist Gaël Lane Lépine, troubling video images and sounds of contemporary issues, all intertwined with an aggressive poetry that cuts off our cynicism and boosts our desire to be a collective. The laboratory of a creation performance that comes out of the closet for the first time at Manif d’art 7.
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec
Musée de la civilisation
85, rue Dalhousie
Désobéissez! Prise de paroles
May 1st from 2:45 p.m. to 4:15
Presented by the Huron-Wendat Museum
Initiator: Guy Sioui Durand
Coordinator: Sarah Cleary
An encounter with living art and performative orality, including videos, rhythms and sounds, chants and sound poetry bringing together poets as well as Native and non-Native performers.
Under the co-presidency of Joséphine Bacon and Victor–Lévy Beaulieu
Nicole Obomsawin, Sonia Robertson, Eruoma Awashish, Laure Morali, Hannah Claus, Louis-Karl Picard Sioui, Sarah Cleary, Marcel Godbout, Richard Martel, Alastair McLennan and many others.
Le Tiers Temps
595, rue Saint-Vallier Est
Plat de résistance
May 8 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
$50 plus taxes and tip
$80 plus taxes and tip for the food and wine pairing
Free glass of wine, beer or juice with the pin
50 tickets available, on sale online, by phone at 418-524-0163, at email@example.com or in person at the restaurant.
Five course contemporary and culinary art dinner
Presented by Le Tiers Temps
During Manif d’art 7, the restaurant is transformed by visual artist Guillaume Tardif’s various sculptural and installative interventions. At the contemporary and culinary art Dinner, art and food lovers will savour the experience of a five course meal specially created by chef Eric Melbardis to echo the art works.
Salle Multi de la Coopérative Méduse
591, rue Saint-Vallier Est
May 1,2,3 at 8 p.m.
Young adults, senior citizens and craft artist $23
Tickets on sale at 418-649-5013 extension 230, at larotonde.qc.ca/spectacle/noire/ or through the Réseau Billetech at 418-643-8131
Presented by La Rotonde, centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec
NOIRE was born from the remains of lives turned upside-down. Among the debris, two dancers and a cellist maneuver in a universe at times dark yet marked with strength, courage, poetry and light. Making a clever use of everyday objects, Annie Gagnon tries to create surprise through deeply poetic and sensitive works.
Production: D’Eux / Annie Gagnon
Choreography: Annie Gagnon
Dancers: Isabelle Gagnon, Mélanie Therrien and a musician
Original music: Diane Labrosse and Katia Makdissi-Warren
Scenography: Guylaine Petitclerc
Lighting: Caroline Ross
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec
The Canada Council for the arts
The Ville de Québec and the ministère de la Culture et des Communications through the Première Ovation measure and the Entente de développement culturel
The Centre local de développement de Québec
The Forum jeunesse de la région de la Capitale-Nationale
Les Productions Recto-Verso
Le Tam Tam Café
May 23 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Ohm : Cabaret Éclectique
An evening of Intensity and Resistance
Presented by Révolution’Arts – Centre Jacques-Cartier
Painters, authors, musicians and circus artists come together in intensity! The Centre Jacques-Cartier, through its Révolution’Arts program, fosters the experimentation of art in its many shapes and forms, offering various workshops and cultural mediation initiatives. The stage of the Tam Tam Café welcomes a hundred performances a year, showing our undeniable support to emerging artists.
Will you resist this Cabaret Éclectique?
Dinner is possible before the performance
Reservation: 418 523-6021, extension 43