IN ITS 2023 PROGRAM, THE MUSÉE DES BEAUX-ARTS DE SHERBROOKE IS OFFERING A WIDE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES THAT WILL APPEAL TO YOUNG AND OLD.
The mediation activities allow for a privileged contact with the exhibitions. As a complement, end your visit to the Museum by taking the Magog River footbridge or discover the magnificent murals just a few steps from the Museum or take the Urban Walking tour.
Guided tours of our temporary exhibitions, everything is set up to give you an unforgettable museum experience.
VISIT FOR GROUPS
By reservation (10 to 25 people)
Visit the current temporary exhibitions and the permanent exhibition Couleurs Manifestes with a mediator and explore the former vault of the Eastern Townships Bank!
SOIRÉE SOIF D’EXPRESSION
With a glass of wine in one hand and a paintbrush in the other, be inspired by a work of art from our collection that has been specially brought out of storage to create your own masterpiece!
ATELIERS DE CRÉATION À LA MANIÈRE DES ARTISTES DE LA COLLECTION
Every Saturday morning
Inspired by artwork from the collection – from Alfred Pellan to René Derouin – have fun trying out different creative techniques with the help of a mediator.
DE LA PASSERELLE AU MUSÉE
Sign up for this unusual activity, inspired by one of the landscape paintings from the MBAS collection. The activity starts on the footbridge over the Magog River Gorgeand ends up in the museum’s educational workshop.
ON A SUNDAY WITH…
(For 4 to 7 year olds!)
NEW – An evocative account of the life story of an artist and their work will transport you into their creative world. Augmenting the story telling is a workshop led by a Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) interpreter, allowing hearing impaired participants to also enjoy this family-friendly event.
Urban Walking Tour
The Mhist, the MBAS and the Musée de la Nature et des Sciences de Sherbrooke have joined forces to present a new podcast tour: Urban Walking.
Every 1st Sunday of the month
Art Hive is a free creative workshop accessible to all.