Enfants qui font une visite et un atelier de création au Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke
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GROUP VISITS

IMPORTANT: Please note that the offer will be adapted to the sanitary measures according to the evolution of the situation. To find out about current sanitary measures and/or to make your reservation, contact us at: 819 821.2115 or at accueil@mbas.qc.ca.

To make a reservation, contact France Vinet at 819 821-2115 or at accueil@mbas.qc.ca and specify which program you are interested in and your availability. Group tours take place on weekdays during MBAS opening hours, Wednesday to Friday. Prices quoted are exclusive of taxes. Admission is free for accompanying persons of educational groups (community, francization, leisure).

OPTION-1 :
HAVE A FRONT ROW SEAT TO ALL OUR EXHIBITIONS (VISIT TO CURRENT EXHIBITIONS)

From January 27 to April 10, 2022 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

©Rita Letendre, Le voyage d’Isis, 1980, Acrylique sur toile, 106,7 x 182,9 x 5 cm, Collection Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke. Crédit photo : MBAS

Accompanied by a mediator, the group visits the exhibition The Man Who Saw the Man Who Saw the Bear. An exhibition at a child’s level, based on legends, the aesthetics of tales and hearsay. A fantastic journey in which you are the hero, inviting the visitor to use his or her imagination to discover what the works, from the collections of the Musée Ambulant and the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke, are telling and what they are saying to each other.

Next, participants explore the exhibition Lines of Strength highlights the work of Rita Letendre, this emblematic figure of Canada’s abstract art field and whose artworks express a flamboyant energy.

Finally, the mediator presents the permanent exhibition Couleurs Manifestes, the Museum’s “star” exhibition, which features some fifty works from the collection, from Riopelle to Vaillancourt, including Lemoyne and several other local artists. Before leaving, visitors will have the chance to discover the former vault of the Eastern Townships Bank!

FROM APRIL 28 TO JUNE 26, 2022 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

Camille Seaman, Icebergs & Glaciers, Elephant Isalnad (Antarctica), 2019, photographie. Courtoisie de l'artiste
Camille Seaman, Icebergs & Glaciers, Elephant Isalnad (Antarctica), 2019, photographie. Courtoisie de l’artiste

Accompanied by a mediator, the group visits the exhibition LAND BACK – 6th edition of the Contemporary Native Art Biennale present works offering a northern perspective on the Land Back theme with around a dozen artists from or working around the Far North.

Then, the participants explore the exhibition LE TEMPS À L’EOUVRE – Biennale des artistes des Cantons-de-l’Est which highlights the work of artists from the region with varied practices.

Finally, the mediator presents the permanent exhibition Couleurs Manifestes, the Museum’s “star” exhibition, which features some fifty works from the collection, from Riopelle to Vaillancourt, including Lemoyne and several other local artists. Before leaving, students will have the chance to discover the former vault of the Eastern Township Bank!

Couleurs ManifestesPhoto : François Lafrance

Duration : 1h15 (including arrival, visits, departure)
Rate : 5,22$ per person
Group size: 25 adults

OPTION-2:
TREAT YOURSELF TO A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY OUTSIDE THE WALLS
(VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION PARCOURS PHOTO SHERBROOKE)

Parcours Photo Sherbrooke 2021-2022
Parcours Photo Sherbrooke 2021-2022

Along the promenade of the Lac des Nations, the group explores the outdoor exhibition Parcours Photo Sherbrooke with a mediator. A 3 kilometer walk is undertaken to visit the three photographic stations. To make the walk more dynamic, an activity involving photo challenges will be proposed.

Duration: 1h30 (including arrival, visit, departure)
Fee: $5.22 per adult
Group: A minimum of 10 participants is required for this out-of-home visit.
A total of 25 adults can take part in the activity.

* Bring comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing for this outdoor activity.

Group reservations and adapted tours

We also offer adapted tours for people with special needs: newcomers and people with intellectual, visual or hearing disabilities. The Museum team will be happy to welcome you and meet your needs; please do not hesitate to contact us with any special requests.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact France Vinet at 819 821-2115 or at accueil@mbas.qc.ca.