Current Exhibitions

PAUSES ET REGARD SUR LA COLLECTION 

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS PRESENTED IN THE ESPACE DIALOGUE
November 2022 to June 2023

The Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke has added two new exhibitions to its programming whose common thread is the portrait, one of the oldest genres in art history. The exhibition Regard sur la collection is a selection of work from the Musée’s collection, while the exhibition Pauses brings together photographs by Annick Sauvé and poems by Sonia Bolduc.

All told, more than thirty artworks enter into dialogue in this space with a two-fold vocation, where the work of local artists is exhibited and sold, providing them with an additional showcase.

Admission to this space is free of charge for visitors. It is an excellent introduction to the fine arts.

 

 

Vignette Couleurs Manifestes

COULEURS MANIFESTES

PERMANENT EXHIBITION

The intensity of Couleurs Manifestes is visible in the power of colour to command our attention and to convey meaning and symbolism.

 

PARCOURS PHOTO SHERBROOKE 

OUTDOOR EXHIBITION
September 2022 to September 2023

An out-of-doors photography exhibition presenting the work of regional artists along the walking path around Lac-des-Nations.