After the success of a first edition in 2021, artists Catherine Beau-Ferron, Emma Desgens and Priscilla Guy based in Haute-Gaspésie continue their reflection on the theme of rurality with a new feminist writing retreat at the chic Salon58 in Marsoui!
From April 1st to 10th 2022, they will lead this second edition along with six other guests from Tiöhtià:ke (Montreal), Nionwentsïo (Wendake) and Lenapehoking (Brooklyn) : Soleil Launière, Karla Etienne, Valérie Lefebvre-Faucher, Élise Ross-Nadié, Catherine Dagenais-SavardandEmmanuelle Sirois.
Driven by complementary visions, the nine participants will be brought together to share their perspectives on feminist issues between rurality and urbanity through writing, drawing on their artistic, activist or academic backgrounds.
The public is invited to meet them on Saturday April 9 at 7pm at Salon58.
The participants will share the fruit of their collective retreat through readings, performances and discussions in an informal and warm context. Book now, limited seats available.
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. Learn more.