As part of the residency of the break collective Sweet technique in Salon58, Mandoline Hybride joins forces with the Maison de la culture de Sainte-Anne-des-Monts to present a virtual hip-hop event! For the occasion, the members of Sweet technique (Promo, Fléau & Vicious) as well as rappers Sensei H, DJ Monsieur Nokturn and Q052 will offer 3 free workshops this Saturday.
JANUARY 8 - Zoom workshops schedule
· 10:00 am to 11:30 am - beginner break workshop with Sweet technique · 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm - intermediate break workshop with Sweet technique · 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm - rap and text writing workshop (10 years and older) with Sensei H, Q052 and DJ Monsieur Nokturn.
From January 24 to 31, the public will also be invited to view an electrifying breakdance performance and complementary interviews conducted at the Maison de la culture Sainte-Anne-des-Monts with the Sweet technique collective!
Mandoline Hybride 2021 summary
In spite of the still difficult and unpredictable context for art this year, Mandoline Hybride draws a very positive review of its activities! In 2021 Mandoline Hybride has :
• held the 2nd edition of FURIES - contemporary dance festival, with 14 professional artistic productions, over 40 artists and hundreds of festival-goers
• curated and screened over 40 short films via Regards Hybrides in collaboration with Canadian and international partners;
• obtained $300,000 from the MCCQ and $100,000 from the CAC for its project to create a permanent collection of Canadian screendance on its platform Regards Hybrides, an unprecedented support for Canadian choreographic cinema;
• hosted 30 artists from all walks of life in sustained residency and offered 9 evenings of performances at Salon58;
• presented the Little Fun Palace on tour, a special event at Salon58 highlighting the work of 7 artists from the Haute-Gaspésie, in collaboration with the OFFTA;
• launched the Rendez-vous Mi'kmaq Language and Culture project with Gesgapegiag artist Darlene Gijuminag, which will return in 2022;
• offered 7 performances of the play Singeries (created in 2016 by Priscilla Guy and Catherine Lavoie-Marcus) in Brussels, Ottawa and Sainte-Anne-des-Monts;
• completed a two-week creative residency in Belgium for the new work by Priscilla Guy, Émilie Morin and Elizabeth Millar Peau;
• celebrated the anniversaries of Salon58 (3 years) and Mandoline Hybride (14 years) in November, with a fundraising campaign that allowed the public to show their attachment and support;
• shined on 3 international panels (CINARS, OFFTA, École des arts de la Sorbonne) and several other media appearances, via the presence of its director Priscilla Guy.
As part of our eco-responsibility policy, Mandoline Hybride is systematizing its practices and renewing its carbon neutrality initiative launched in 2019. All the travel of the artists, crew and sets have been offset through the purchase of Gold Standard carbon credits with Planetair, to support a local reforestation project.
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.