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Travelling exhibition coming to Hawkesbury

Nathalie Frenière and Lise B.L. Goulet present a travelling exhibition duo entitled Great Big Blues. This fourth stop of the traveling exhibition is presented in Hawkesbury at the Le Chenail Cultural Centre located at 2, John Street, Hawkesbury. Come meet the artists during the opening event on Saturday, October 5 from 2 to 4 p.m.

A toast commemorating the opening and a light snack will be served. All are welcome.

As of September 19th, the tour is composed of the following exhibition sites with other sites to be confirmed :

Galerie Cube Gallery, Ottawa (fall 2018)

Galerie uNo, Québec, Québec (spring 2019)

Centre des Arts Shenkman, Orléans, Ontario (summer 2019)

Centre culturel Le Chenail, Hawkesbury, Ontario (fall 2019)

Musée de Timmins : Centre national d’exposition / Timmins Museum : National Exhibition Center, Timmins, Ontario (spring 2022)

In Hawkesbury, the exhibit starts on October 5 and finishes on November 24 inclusively. No entrance fee required. Parking is free on the Le Chenail Cultural Centre grounds.

For more information, contact:

Nathalie Frenière : 613 676-1994 / [email protected] / ou

Lynda Clouette-Mackay : 613 632-9555 / [email protected] / ou

Lise B. L. Goulet : 416 596-9696 / [email protected]

 


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Jean-Michel Tweed

Jean-Michel is a 17-year-old student at École Secondaire Catholique Régional de Hawkesbury (ESCRH) working as a journalist intern at The Review.

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