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As part of the 6 degrees, territoires de narration project, Le Labo invites you to its evening of electronic readings, an intimate moment to discover the letters of Nuit Blanche.
Friday, February 2 from 6pm, at 401 Richmond, Studio 277.
We’re looking for people experimenting with challenges related to gender or femininity to take part in an epistolary, participatory, feminist and engaged art project that questions identity, gender and patriarchy.
Until March 31, 2024
As part of our flâneries program, join us at MOCA on Thursday January 11 at 1:00 pm to discover Liz Magor’s work through the exhibition The Separation . Get your ticket directly on the MOCA website or at the counter. Priority for Labo members, but open to all.
Thursday, December 7th at 6:30pm at studio 277 Tickets are available on Eventbrite Le Labo loves its artists and supports their diversity of expression, at every stage of their development. The Bazz’Art exhibition brings them together on the same wall:
For several weeks now, we’ve been talking about the Le Cercle program, which we started in the fall of 2022. Enough chatter for now, as we get down to work, and by we, I mean Saïda Ouchaou-Ozarowski, who takes over Le Labo’s studio on October 6, for a week of exploration.
As part of the Bulles exhibition, which highlights the work of artists featured in the Bulles d’Artistes series, the Alliance Française, in partnership with Le Labo and FRIC, is organizing an evening screening of films by two women filmmakers: Katia Café-Fébrissy and Saïda Ouchaou-Ozarowski.