PROGRAMMATION 2015: Patinoire Du Ruisseau de la Brasserie

EXHIBITION FROM JANUARY 21 TO MARCH 1

Every day from noon to 5PM at AXENÉO7:
Exhibitions by Nicolas Fleming and Nicolas Ranellucci (until February 7, 2015)
Exhibition by Gatineau-based artist Sasha Vreca (February 18 – March 21, 2015)
Free admission
 
Wednesday, January 21, 7PM – midnight: Filature Wednesdays with a concert by independent label E-Tron of Gatineau and music with DJ Mathieu Thibault. Free admission and cash bar.
Sunday, January 25, noon to 5PM: Art workshops for children inspired by the work of Nicolas Ranellucci and presentation of short animated works by Diane Obomsawin organized by Available Light Screening Collective. Free admission.
 
Tuesday, January 27, 7:30PM – 10PM: Concert by Linsey Wellman in the DAÏMÔN Studio and broadcasted live on the skate rink. Free admission.
 
Wednesday, January 28, 7:30PM – midnight: Filature Wednesdays with a concert by Linsey Wellman in the DAÏMÔN Studio broadcast live on the skate rink and a special exhibition presented by the Carleton University architecture program.
Free admission.
 
Sunday, February 1, noon to 5PM: Art workshops for children inspired by the work of Nicolas Ranellucci and presentation of short animated works by Diane Obomsawin, organized by Available Light Screening Collective. Free admission.
 
Wednesday, February 4, 7:30PM – midnight: Filature Wednesdays with the launch of the sound installation Temps libre, to be broadcast every Wednesday in February. Five artists with links to the Outaouais region have created ambient soundscapes for skaters. Featuring works by Michael Caffrey, Simon Guibord, Martine H. Crispo, Stefan Kozminchuk, Simon Labelle and Raphaël Néron. Free admission and cash bar.
 
Friday, February 6: The sound and video collective FAU presents an evening of electronic music on ice until 10PM, which will continue until 2AM in the DAÏMÔN Studio. Free admission and cash bar.
 
Sunday, February 8, noon – 5PM: Art workshops for children inspired by the work of Nicolas Ranellucci and presentation of short animated works by Diane Obomsawin. Free admission.
 
Wednesday, February 11, 7PM – midnight: Filature Wednesdays with a culinary event by Charcoal VH (Stéphanie St-Jean Aubre and Guillaume Fairfield), a presentation of Robert Lepage’s new film Triptych (in French with English subtitles) and music with DJ Mathieu Thibault. Free admission and cash bar.
 
Sunday, February 15, noon – 5PM: Art workshops for children inspired by the work of Nicolas Ranellucci, a presentation of short animated works by Diane Obomsawin, organized by Available Light Screening Collective and the live creation of an ice sculpture on the canal by artist Maud Palmaerts. Free admission.
 
Wednesday, February 18, 7PM – midnight: Opening reception for the solo exhibition by Gatineau-based artist Sasha Vreca and launch of the new issue of Espace magazine. Presentation of Robert Lepage’s new film Triptych (in French with English subtitles) followed by music with DJ Mathieu Thibault. Food provided by Charcoal VH and cash bar. Free admission.
 
Sunday, February 22, noon – 5PM: An introduction to experimental cinema with the Windows Collective (pre-registration required), workshops for children inspired by the work of Sasha Vreca and the presentation of short animated works by Diane Obomsawin, organized by Available Light Screening Collective. Free admission.
 
Wednesday, February 25, 7:30PM – midnight: Filature Wednesdays with installations and immersive cinema by the Windows Collective and artist Roger Wilson, in conjunction with his residency at DAÏMÔN. Also featuring the presentation of Robert Lepage’s new film Triptych (in French with English subtitles). Free admission and cash bar.
 
Saturday, February 28 and Sunday, March 1, noon – 5PM: Hamilton-based artist Liss Platt presents her participatory performance Puck Painting on the skating rink. Free admission.
 
This project was made possible through the support of the City of Gatineau, Vision Centre-Ville Gatineau, Tourisme Outaouais, the Conférence régionale des élus de l’Outaouais, the National Film Board of Canada, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Canada Council for the Arts and Camino.

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