2015 | GÉOMÉTRIES VARIABLES: Exposition Des Finissants En Arts Visuels | Cégep De L’outaouais
EXHIBITION FROM MAY 21 TO MAY 24
OPENING: May 20 at 7PM
EXHIBITION: May 21 to May 24, Noon to 5PM
FREE ADMISSION. CASH BAR.
From May 21 to May 24, 2015, the visual arts graduates from Cégep de l’Outaouais will exhibit their end-of-year works at the artist-run centre AXENÉO7. They will, for this occasion, have the chance to present their achievements in an exceptional professional context. AXENÉO7 is, indeed, a pillar of Québec’s artistic culture. It is with great pride that the students await this major event that will crown their accomplishments.
The Visual Arts program of the Cégep de l’Outaouais offers a rich and unique learning cycle. It includes two profiles: Image Technology and Approaches to Materials. The students develop their creativity in preparation to pursue academic studies. In this regard, the Visual Arts program trains caliber citizen and creative minds, with an openness to the world.
VARIABLE GEOMETRIES: (fig.) that varies according to circumstances.
Let us consider the title figuratively. I am referring here to the creative process of these young artists, a process that transforms itself in accordance to circumstances, questionings, and contexts. Indeed, it is the creative process that allows for the gathering of these individuals, processes that have been developed and refined for the past two years. They have explored, experimented, made discoveries and now exhibit the results of their artistic research. We can already observe singular approaches emerging.
These young artists are at once dreamers, sensitive and committed: you will find out during the exhibition that they have investigated some of the biggest issues of our time: the processes of variable geometries.
The arts department of Cégep de l’Outaouais wishes to thank the AXENÉO7’s team for their support and involvement in this project.
Please note that STO buses 20, 21, 25, 26, 35, 38, 100 and 400 all stop at the Montcalm Rapibus station at the corner of Montcalm and Hanson.