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© Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016

Youth Program

PROGRAMMING VITHEQUE

From April 11 to July 10, 2022
Vithèque

Free



A special program of experimental works from the Vidéographe collection was selected by two guest curators: Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10.

 

PROGRAMME

  • Nathalie Bujold, Textile de cordes, 2013, 1 min 20 s
  • Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016, 5 min 14 s
  • Sylvie Laliberté, J’ai tout compris, 2001, 3 min 04 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Tigre, 2013, 2 min 56 s
  • Steven Woloshen, Casino, 2016, 3 min 58 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Crux, 2017, 3 min 45 s

Watch it here [+]

 

EXPERIMENTAL 101

On March 5, 2022, Vidéographe presented a Youth Program and Film Workshop for children aged 6 to 12 in Art Neuf in Montréal. The film program was curated by children for children. Our guest curators Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10, chose their favorite works from a list of 20 suggestions of experimental animation and video art.

After the screening, the children were invited to explore different animation techniques on 16 mm film with artist Guillaume Vallée. You can see the result here. The artists of tomorrow?

 

Photo credit: Maryse Boyce

 

This activity was a collaboration between Vidéographe and the sociocultural center Art Neuf. It was made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Montreal Arts Council, and the collaboration of the arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal.

 

 

© Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016

Youth Program

PROGRAMMING VITHEQUE

From April 11 to July 10, 2022
Vithèque

Free



A special program of experimental works from the Vidéographe collection was selected by two guest curators: Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10.

 

PROGRAMME

  • Nathalie Bujold, Textile de cordes, 2013, 1 min 20 s
  • Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016, 5 min 14 s
  • Sylvie Laliberté, J’ai tout compris, 2001, 3 min 04 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Tigre, 2013, 2 min 56 s
  • Steven Woloshen, Casino, 2016, 3 min 58 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Crux, 2017, 3 min 45 s

Watch it here [+]

 

EXPERIMENTAL 101

On March 5, 2022, Vidéographe presented a Youth Program and Film Workshop for children aged 6 to 12 in Art Neuf in Montréal. The film program was curated by children for children. Our guest curators Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10, chose their favorite works from a list of 20 suggestions of experimental animation and video art.

After the screening, the children were invited to explore different animation techniques on 16 mm film with artist Guillaume Vallée. You can see the result here. The artists of tomorrow?

 

Photo credit: Maryse Boyce

 

This activity was a collaboration between Vidéographe and the sociocultural center Art Neuf. It was made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Montreal Arts Council, and the collaboration of the arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal.

 

 

© Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016

Youth Program

PROGRAMMING VITHEQUE

From April 11 to July 10, 2022
Vithèque

Free



A special program of experimental works from the Vidéographe collection was selected by two guest curators: Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10.

 

PROGRAMME

  • Nathalie Bujold, Textile de cordes, 2013, 1 min 20 s
  • Marie-Noëlle Moreau-Robidas, Quid, 2016, 5 min 14 s
  • Sylvie Laliberté, J’ai tout compris, 2001, 3 min 04 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Tigre, 2013, 2 min 56 s
  • Steven Woloshen, Casino, 2016, 3 min 58 s
  • Alexandre Roy, Crux, 2017, 3 min 45 s

Watch it here [+]

 

EXPERIMENTAL 101

On March 5, 2022, Vidéographe presented a Youth Program and Film Workshop for children aged 6 to 12 in Art Neuf in Montréal. The film program was curated by children for children. Our guest curators Jacqueline Sirois-Desrues, 5, and William Vallée-Jerez, 10, chose their favorite works from a list of 20 suggestions of experimental animation and video art.

After the screening, the children were invited to explore different animation techniques on 16 mm film with artist Guillaume Vallée. You can see the result here. The artists of tomorrow?

 

Photo credit: Maryse Boyce

 

This activity was a collaboration between Vidéographe and the sociocultural center Art Neuf. It was made possible by the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Montreal Arts Council, and the collaboration of the arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal.