Workshops and other activities offered in conjunction with the exhibitions are permitted, in pairs or with members of the same family bubble. This also applies to guided tours. Outdoor walking tours are allowed with a distance between people of different addresses with a capacity of 50 people.
To make a reservation, contact France Vinet at 819 821-2115 or at email@example.com 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).
HAVE A FRONT ROW SEAT TO ALL OUR EXHIBITIONS (VISIT TO CURRENT EXHIBITIONS)
Accompanied by a mediator, the group visits the exhibition What the Collections Tell Us: Women and Art in Quebec and discover works by women artists from the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke.
Next, participants explore the exhibition Jin-me Yoon: Living Time From Away, which addresses issues of identity and immigration.
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, Lemoyne and many other local artists. Before leaving, visitors will have the chance to discover the former vault of the Eastern Townships Bank!
Duration : 1h15 (including arrival, visits, departure)
Rate : 5,22$ per person
Group size: 25 adults
TREAT YOURSELF TO A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY OUTSIDE THE WALLS
(VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION PARCOURS PHOTO SHERBROOKE)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo credits: François Lafrance