In-personDigital & new media Intercultural Performance Sculpture & installation Visual arts
Date and time
This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.
Alliance Française Toronto (Spadina Theatre)
24 Spadina Road
Offered in English and French.
Bulles highlights the creative force of our city’s talents, and invites the public to let go in a multitude of universes, guided by the thoughts of Katia Café-Fébrissy, Julie Lassonde, Martine Côté, Ama Ouattara, Saïda Ouchaou-Ozarowski, Lise Beaudry, Carolina Reis, Jacques Descoteaux, Samuel Choisy, Madi Piller, and Jean-Christophe Foolchand. In this exhibition, these 11 artists share their vision in order to invite the viewer to navigate through their singular universe that features mini interviews directed by Louis-Philippe Gallant.
By reappropriating this question-and-answer exercise, the Torontonian artists offer us a personal vision of their work and the role of art in society. We learn that in artist-run spaces, like Le Labo on 401 Richmond St. in Toronto, is where the magic of collaboration and the birth of ideas take place.
Bulles invites you to a rich and diverse artistic experience between art work presentations (kinetic art, photography, water colour, textile art, experimental videos, and documentaries) and offbeat, modern, and intimate interviews that are free of norms. A superb showcase of Torontonian art for the fall of 2023.
- Click here for the website of the exhibition alliance-francaise.ca
Alliance Française Toronto
Alliance Française Paris was founded in 1883 by Louis Pasteur, Ferdinand de Lesseps, and Jules Verne and has been established in Toronto since 1902. Alliance Française Toronto has always embodied the current value of humanism, respect for linguistics, and cultural diversity.
Over the last 30 years, Alliance Française Toronto has demonstrated the potential and vitality to become the largest French language school in Canada. More than 6,500 students of all ages are enrolled each year within the five campuses conveniently located across the Greater Toronto Area. The organization is also a dynamic cultural centre offering more than 100 events of all sorts every year.
Alliance Française Toronto is a 100% Canadian non-profit and charity organization offering the GTA community a wide range of French as a Second Language classes to children, teenagers, and adults of all learning levels.