Le Labo continues as a new space for francophone artists in Toronto and this time welcomes member Antoine Quiet. We offer our studio for a week and organize visits with curators and peers.
Take advantage of 401 Richmond’s Holiday Open House for the final visit on Thursday, December 15, 2022 until 8pm.
We raised $1400 thanks to your generosity! Enjoying art as an act of activism, a whole philosophy for us… You get the idea!
With this first collection of portraits, we hope to offer a platform to francophone artists who rarely speak out in traditional media, and to make them known to the general public.
These professional meeting combines screenings, networking and debate around the discovery of creations by our francophone artists. Katia Café-Fébrissy is the first to open the program on Oct 22nd! Joign us.
For this 22-23 season, Le Labo is introducing a new space for Francophone artists in Toronto to explore. We are making our studio available for a week and organizing visits with curators and peers. In short, a space for feedback to feed the artist’s creation.
Le Labo presents « Emergence » by Nadine Valcin for Nuit Blanche Toronto. A silent two-channel video installation, reaffirming the beauty and diversity of Black faces by literally thumbing its nose at the expression « blackface ».
TIFF is back in Toronto, in person! Discover the two favorites movies of one of our members, Bruno Boëz.
Ama and Pascaline, two members of Le Labo representing the new generation, made the trip to the capital to participate in the year’s national media arts gathering, Through the Storm.
In July, Le Labo, with the help of the videograph Sophie Dumesny, teamed up with l’Alliance Française to give summer campers the opportunity to participate in a mini-production of a short movie.