The sound art installations in public spaces circuit is now open!
From May 14 to May 20, between 10 AM and 8 PM, discover for free the seven works of the artists exposing at Place Ste-Victoire and the Centre d'art Jacques et Michel Auger.
It was during its press conference on April 11, 2018 that the FIMAV unveiled the last elements of its programming. In addition to the festival's 20 concerts, there will be a circuit of sound art installations in public spaces, a visual arts exhibit and two experimental short films programs, one Japanese and one Quebecois.
Victoriaville, March 22, 2018 - Yesterday, we played hosts to Pierrette Gingras (New Music Cartel) and Teresa Hron (Canadian New Music Network) who were in Victoriaville to visit Hôtel Le Victorin’s convention centre, where part of their next conventions will take place for the very first time.
The international presenters’ members of New Music Cartel and the delegates of the CNMN will be staying in Victoriaville from Thursday, May 17 to Saturday, May 19 to attend conferences, workshops and networking events, before they move to Montreal to conclude their gatherings. They will also be attending several concerts at the 34th FIMAV 2018 and visit our circuit of sound art installations in public spaces. That’s close to 150 new music presenters and practitioners from Canada, the USA and Europe coming to Victoriaville this spring, some of them for the very first time!
Productions Plateforme Inc. team is proud to unveil the FIMAV’s new design, created by Isabelle Beaumier for its 34th edition, which will be held from May 17 to 20, 2018! Stay tuned, for in the next few weeks a lot of unveilings are scheduled…
February 9 : line-up unveiling and Passport Festival pre-sale start
March 16 : full schedule unveiling and all tickets and other passports available
April 11 : Sound Art Installations in Public Spaces, short films programs and visual arts exhibit unveiling
FIMAV has won "Best Presenter" Award at the 2017 GalArt organized by Culture Centre-du-Québec at Espace Sophia in Ste-Sophie d'Halifax. This award pertains to our cultural mediation project Sound Art Installations in Public Spaces. We are very proud to display this award/artwork signed by Emanuelle Lessard in our office!
Many thanks to our team: Érick D'Orion (curator), Olivier Courtois (volunteers & guided tours coordinator), Marie Vaillancourt Laporte (tour guide), Marie-Anne Champagne (tour guide), Gabriel Frappier (tour guide) and Vincent Lainesse (technical manager).
And many thanks to the artists: Martine H. Crispo, Gambletron, Théâtre Rude Ingénierie, Sonia Paço-Rocchia, Émilie Mouchous, and Félix-Antoine Morin.
Thanks also to our partners: Atoll art actuel, Centre d'art Jacques-et-Michel-Auger, Caisse Desjardins des Bois-Francs, Ville de Victoriaville, Canada Council for the Arts, Canadian Heritage, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, KYQ FM, and La Nouvelle Union.
Finally, a big thank you to all our volunteers and visitors! The Sound Art Installations in Public Spaces circuit will be back for the 34th edition of FIMAV, 14-20 May 2018. Don't miss it!