Galerie de l’UQAM offers various ways to access today’s art practices
Our mediators look forward to taking you and your group on guided tours of our exhibitions. These visits are intended to highlight the thematic, formal and conceptual issues of the works presented at the Galerie. They are also intended to introduce Galerie de l’UQAM’s mandate and the primary role of university galleries in the ecology of the visual arts scene. The tours are flexible and open to all school and community groups. They usually last about 1 hour and can be adapted to meet particular needs and to complement material covered in the classroom.
In addition, Galerie de l’UQAM can host your conferences or work sessions in its exhibitions galleries, surrounded by the artworks.
We also offer a number of complementary workshops aimed at familiarizing your students with different issues related to contemporary art and museology:
- the mandate and role of a university gallery
- the Collection d’œuvres d’art de l’UQAM: management, inventory, acquisition
- the Petite Collection: foray into the world of artists’ multiples
- other workshops available on request.
An interpreter in Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) or American Sign Language (ASL) can be made available to groups wishing to visit our exhibitions with people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please contact our staff as soon as possible, given the time required to book interpreters.
These activities are available anytime, in French or English, free of charge.
Reservations required with
Philippe Dumaine, Cultural mediation coordinator
514-987-3000 ext. 1424
Groups wishing to visit our exhibitions without a mediator are asked to contact the Galerie beforehand so that their arrival can be planned.
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