From May 18 to June 29, Le Centre Culturel Francophone de Vancouver will host the exhibition entitled “Rev’Elles”, featuring works created by graduates and former graduates in the International Baccalaureate (IB program) in Visual Arts at the Jules-Verne Secondary School.
For two years, artists Sophie Marshall-Beaucoup, Vitoria Silva, Nicole Beaulieu and Lucia Isabella Maggio have explored themes of their own choosing, under the guidance of their teacher Josée Hemond. Le Centre is proud to feature these emerging local francophone artists. Presented in partnership with Réseau-Femmes Colombie-Britannique, this exhibition highlights the talents of young women working in multi-disciplinary artistic endeavours. Bordering on the realms of reverie and revelation (hence the title “Rev’Elles”), these works are in the image of these female artists and their authentic, sincere and thoughtful questioning and exploration through art.
The opening of the exhibition “Rev’Elles” will take place with the artists in attendance at the Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver on Thursday, May 18, 2017, from 6 to 8 p.m. Wine, non-alcoholic beverages and cheese will be served.
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