At the end of their residency, artists Anick Arsenault (Saint-Ulric), Mathilde Côté (Petite-Vallée) et Zoë Vos (Montréal + Toronto) will share the fruits of their labor with the local public at Salon58 on February 4th!
TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 7:00 PM at the Quai des arts de Carleton-sur-mer, in partnership with Centre d’artistes Vaste et Vague. Appetizers and refreshments will be offered on site!
FRIDAY FEB. 17, 7:30 PM + SATURDAY FEB. 18, 1:00 PM AND 7:30 PM at Studio d’essai de Méduse à Québec, in partnership with La Rotonde and Mois Multi. « […] la tragicomédie Deux squelettes était efficace en tout point. En seulement 60 minutes, nous avons eu droit à de la danse, du théâtre, de la musique, et une touche d’humour, le tout très bien dosé. » — Catherine Bellefleur, DF Danse
In the spirit of eco-responsibility, Mandoline Hybride has been offsetting its carbon emissions since 2019 via the purchase of credits with the Canadian NPO Planetair. Discover our multiple initiatives to promote source reduction, reuse and local economy by consulting our ecoresponsibility policy updated annually!
All the travels of the artists, the teams and the equipment for all the activities of Mandoline Hybride (FURIES, Salon58, Regards Hybrides, scenic creations, etc.) were thus compensated via this purchase of Gold Standard certified carbon credits, aiming at supporting a local project of reforestation.
Photos credits : Virginie Courtois, Pierre Perreault, Zoë Vos, David Wong, Clotilde Dyotte-Gabelier
Mandoline Hybride would like to thank its financial partners :
Mandoline Hybride would also like to thank the Comité de développement de Marsoui (CDM) and the Municipality of Marsoui. 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.