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Mercredi, 10 juillet 2013

The 7th Arti-chaux art symposium in Dudswell 2013

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Manouche Jamet and Gilles Larivière, artistic directors of Arti-chaux, and Sara Line Laroche of the Association touristique et culturelle de Dudswell (ATCD), joined to announce the 7th Symposium d'art l'Arti-chaux. The event, presided over by renowned artists Jeannine Bourret and Stuart Mills, is back after having taken several years of breathing space. Everyone is invited to take part in this quality encounter that will bring together 17 painters whose reputations reach beyond the borders.

The activities will take place in the Desjardins arts gazebo, installed for the occasion around the lake, and at the community centre, which will serve as an exhibition area and an agora for certain presentations. The "group of 17 joyously accepted the invitation to exhibit and share their artistic experience with us," said Laroche, speaking in French. Who knows if visitors might see a painter or a sculptor in a rowboat, plying his talents, suggested Jamet.

The honorary president, Jeannine Bourret, recalled that she had filled the same role during the first symposium, 10 years ago. She shared the title with André Lessard, at the time. She described the exhibiting artists as professionals, creative and generous. Some are at the beginning of their careers, or nearly - for example, Lise Audit of Dudswell. Visitors will have plenty to see, promised Jamet and Larivière. The "musical easels" sounds interesting for those who love spontaneous creation. The official opening will be Friday, from 4 to 6 p.m. The artists' supper will be followed by a music show by Shanti Legault. Tickets are on sale at the ATCD, as well as other places.

Visitors will have access to the sites starting at 10 a.m. Saturday. Bruce Roberts will lead a drawing workshop starting at 1 p.m. At 8 p.m., the "musical easels" promises lots of surprises. On Sunday, at 10 a.m., the mayor offers a brunch on the beach. At 11 a.m. is a panel discussion entitled "Artists and society." At 3 p.m., the artists will put away their canvases and participate in the closing ceremony, at which the drawing will take place for a painting by Jeannine Bourret.

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