After a residency at Salon58, the break collective Sweet technique went to the Maison de la culture de Sainte-Anne-des-Monts for a filming where the artists delivered a breathtaking performance in addition to sharing their vision of break.
Break at work is a 45-minute performance-documentary directed by Jonathan Gaudreau that retraces the key moments in the careers of the three high-caliber artists. With robust performances in which the artists demonstrate total commitment, the film offers a fascinating incursion into the world of breaking, from the perspective of a local collective.
The last Sunday of each month on Zoom at 4pm, we will share an informal and friendly moment with Gesgapegiag artist Darlene Gijuminag. These sessions are free and open to anyone who wants to learn more about Mi'kmaq culture. Save the dates: → Sunday, January 30 at 4:00 pm → Sunday, February 27 at 4:00 pm → Sunday, March 27 at 4:00 pm → Sunday, April 24 at 4:00 pm → Sunday, May 29 at 4:00 pm
Mandoline Hybride would like to thank its partners :
and also the municipality of Marsoui and the Comité de développement de Marsoui (CDM).
The Salon58 and FURIES projects benefit from financial support from the CLD and the MRC de La Haute-Gaspésie as part of the Cultural Development Agreement.
Based in Marsoui, Gespe'gewa'gi (Gaspésie), Mandoline Hybride supports the production of artistic initiatives targeting different communities, in addition to producing the creations of its director and founder Priscilla Guy. Find out more:
We wish to acknowledge that our activities and gatherings take place on the unceded lands and waters of the Mi'gmaq Nation. These traditional lands and waters are known to the Mi'gmaq community as the 7th District of the Mi'gma'gi, Gespe'gewa'gi: The Last Land. Read more.