Exhibition on actual painting in Canada

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CREDITS

The Painting Project: A snapshot of painting in Canada is a virtual exhibition produced by the Galerie de l’UQAM. The Galerie de l’UQAM gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.

RESEARCH AND CONTENT
Direction: Louise Déry
Curated by: Julie Bélisle, Marie-Eve Beaupré
Coordination: Julie Bélisle
Research: Julie Bélisle, Marie-Eve Beaupré
Texts: Marie-Eve Beaupré, Julie Bélisle
Research assistance: Gina Cortopassi, Maxime Moinet, Anne Philippon, Valérie Pineau
Biobibliographies: Pascale Tremblay
Education content: Ève Dorais
Image calibration: Louis-Philippe Côté
Filming and editing of the videos: Frédéric Lavoie
Transcriptions of the videos:
French editing: Magalie Bouthillier
English editing: Donald Pistolesi
French translation: Frank Norbert
English translation: Marcia Couëlle
Proofreading: Julie Bélisle, Ève Dorais, Yvon Gagnon, Audrey Genois

WEBSITE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
Audiovisual and multimedia production services, UQAM
Project manager: Pierre-Gilles Lavallée
Design: Jean-Michel Pépin
Web development: Yadisleyvi Capote Chavez, Alex Grenier, Jean-Pierre Roy

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Michel Boulanger, artist and professor, École des arts visuels et médiatiques, UQAM, Montreal
Geneviève Goyer-Ouimette, freelance curator, Montreal
David Liss, artistic director, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto
Nicolas Mavrikakis, art critic and professor in art history, Montréal
Jonathan Shaughnessy, assistant curator, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

ADVISOR COMMITTEE
Wayne Baerwaldt, director/curator, Alberta College of Art + Design, Calgary
Ray Cronin, director, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax
Jeff Nye, program coordinator, Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre, Regina
Ann Webb, executive-director, Canadian Art Foundation, Toronto
Pan Wendt, curator, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown

Publisher: Government of Canada, Department of Canadian Heritage, Canadian Heritage Information Network

Creator: Galerie de l'UQAM

Date created: 2013-05-17 10:10:06

Date modified: 2013-09-06 01:09:51

URL: http://www.galerie.uqam.ca/en/home.html

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Age Range:  

Grade 11 (secondaire 5): 15,16 years

Grade 12 (CEGEP): 16,17 years

1st yr. University (CEGEP): 17,18 years

2nd yr. University (université 1): 18,19 years

3rd yr. University (université 2): 19,20 years

4th yr. University (université 3): 20,21 years

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Subjects:  

  • Arts
    • Visual Arts
    • Art History
    • Fine Arts

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