ART HIVES : free creation workshop

The Art Hive is back for a second year at the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke. The 2020-21 season is being presented thanks to the Chemika Mamode pharmacy, affiliated with Uniprix and in support of Pharma science.

COVID-19: Because of the public health measures in place, the Art Hive will take place remotely.

This creation workshop, free of charge and open to all, will be guided by the art therapist Emmanuelle Meunier. The Art Hive is a space of well being, encounters and inclusion. A great quantity and variety of creative material is available for participants. There is no teaching. Independent creativity, learning and know-how sharing experiences are encouraged. Anyone who feels the urge to create is welcome.


Emmanuelle Meunier

With a certificate in art therapy, Emmanuelle will be the guide for the Musée’s Art Hive. She practises art therapy with a diverse clientele. Most recently, her art therapy practice has extended to the women who frequent the La Parolière centre in Sherbrooke, where she has worked since 2017. Passionate about expression through art and its health benefits, her humanist approach led to her interest in the Art Hives movement. She studies the non-interventionist art therapy approach with the founder of Art Hives, Janis Timm-Bottos. It was thus natural that she would come to the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke this fall to establish there the second Art Hive in a Quebec fine arts museum.