Thanks to our community for playing along at Mandoline Hybride's Holiday Bingo last December 7th! More than 15 prizes were given to the lucky ones who shouted BINGO, after the announcement of the winning numbers by our host Priscilla (here on the picture).
The campaign continues until December 20th, when the final draw will take place: 3 additional prizes to be won, for everyone who donated (present at the bingo or not)!
The funds raised are used to support Mandoline Hybride's activities (Salon58, FURIES - contemporary dance festival and Regards Hybrides) and contribute to the fair remuneration of the artists.
Shout out to our partners and friends thanks to whom we had such great prizes: La Rotonde, La Face B, La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins, Philémon Cimon, Tangente Danse, Microbrasserie Le Malbord, Tour de Bras, La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, Atkins et frères, the Marsoui Development Committee, MAI (Montreal, intercultural arts), Vanessa Bell, the Coop du Cap (Stéphane, France, Valérie and Antoine), the Maison de la culture de Sainte-Anne-des-Monts and Noémie P. Cloutier.
For the last time in 2021, Salon58 will welcome two artists* in residence who will share their work with the public at the end of their week in Marsoui. On December 18th, come and discover the work of Stéphane Maddix Albert and Ariane DesLions, during this last Salon58 Evening before spring 2022!
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.