Passage à découvert 2016

Graduating students in Visual and Media Arts (BFA), UQAM

Artists: Louis Alex, Sophie Aubry, Maude Auger, Myriam Bélanger, Aubane Berthommé, Ann Karine Bourdeau Leduc, Jorge Oswaldo Carranza Sanchez, Marie-Félix Cayouette, Frédérique Chassé, Véronique Charpentier, Valentine Chauvet, Madeleine-Zoé Corbeil-Robitaille, Mathieu Deschênes, Karolane Doré Desrochers, Kevin Dubeau, Catherine Filteau, Patrick Foisy, Xavier Ford-Legrand, Mélanie Gingras, Denis Gosselin, Rosalie Jean, Amélie Jodoin, Camille Lacasse, Édith-Manoushka Larouche, Amélie Maltais, Alexandre Ménard, Marilyne Minier, Guillaume Pascale, Caroline Pierre, Guillaume Plourde, Marie-Andrée Poulin, Camille Prat, Roxanne Séguin, Véronique Tremblay, Thomas-Alexandre Vincent

April 21, 2016 - April 21, 2016

Opening: April 21, 2016, 5:00 pm

Passage à découvert is an opportunity to discover the works of tomorrow’s contemporary artists and teachers who will take their place in museums, galleries and schools. The exhibition illustrates the students’ creative vitality, curiosity and freedom and bears witness to recent graduates’ professionalism and the excitement that their projects stirs up. Presented each year, this exhibition also reveals the wealth and diversity of the programs offered by the École des arts visuels et médiatiques, which favours a multidisciplinary education.

Participating artists

Louis Alex, Sophie Aubry, Maude Auger, Myriam Bélanger, Aubane Berthommé, Ann Karine Bourdeau Leduc, Jorge Oswaldo Carranza Sanchez, Marie-Félix Cayouette, Frédérique Chassé, Véronique Charpentier and Valentine Chauvet, Madeleine-Zoé Corbeil-Robitaille, Mathieu Deschênes, Karolane Doré Desrochers, Kevin Dubeau, Catherine Filteau, Patrick Foisy, Xavier Ford-Legrand, Mélanie Gingras, Denis Gosselin, Rosalie Jean, Amélie Jodoin, Camille Lacasse, Édith-Manoushka Larouche, Amélie Maltais, Alexandre Ménard, Marilyne Minier, Guillaume Pascale, Caroline Pierre, Guillaume Plourde, Marie-Andrée Poulin, Camille Prat, Roxanne Séguin, Véronique Tremblay, Thomas-Alexandre Vincent