On Friday, September 25 / schools
Reservations are required
On Saturday, September 26 / families
10 am to 4 pm
Clément de Gaulejac. Siren Songs. Children's exhibition
2015.09.03 - 12.05
A lighthouse calling to mind a Tower of Babel, a one-eyed drill, and a clandestine grocery basket are some of the figures imagined by Clément de Gaulejac in his visual and sound installation created for young audiences aged 8 to 12…Read more
In celebration of les Journées de la culture, VOX invites you to experience Clément de Gaulejac’s children exhibition Siren Songs. Through hands-on workshops, children are invited to make up their own stories by using metaphors and poetry to create a collective mural.
Guided tours of the exhibition, discussions and observational games are also offered to help children reflect, through play and subversions of meaning, on the paradoxical power of language.
This project benefits from the financial support of the ministère de la Culture et des Communications and Ville de Montréal under the Entente sur le développement culturel de Montréal. In partnership with La mauvaise tête, La Maison Théâtre and CIBL.