at Studio Georgeville Saturday June 3, 11am to noon
Paul Carignan, Metis of Abenaki and Algonquin descent will give a talk entitled: Prehistoric Native occupation of the Memphremagog Region. Photo : A Native youth at Balance Rock, Lake Memphremagog, c.1860. (Photo - Matthew Farfan Collection)
Songs of silver
Saturday June 17 to Sunday June 17, 2017
Contemporary silversmithing & Joan Murray's silver works
Elsie Sullivan, founder of the Marcil Museum in St-Lambert and resident of Georgeville, curated several exhibitions for our gallery. This time, she is presenting a long cherished project: an exhibition of silversmithing and jewelry, which will be accompanied by photographic works and works of Joan Murray, a well known silversmith artist of Georgeville.
Vernissage: Saturday, June 17, 2017
Artists: Lois Etherigton Betteridge and her guests: Beth Alber, Jackie Anderson, Anne Barros, Brigitte Clavette, Charles Funnell, Fiona MacIntyre, Allyson Simmie, Myra Tulonen Smith, Ky-Yeon Son.
Silversmithing and jewelry byWilla Drummond, Yves GIrard, Julie Mineau, Carla Straessle.
Photographs by Louise Abbott, Niels Jensen, François Lafrance et Anick Valiquette
Joan Murray's works graciously loaned by Jacques Valiquette
Memphremagog: an illustrated history, volume 2
Sunday, June 25, 2pm to 4pm
Reception graciously sponsored by
In the second volume,Louise Abbott has looked at the way in which the development of tourism began to reshape the landscape in the mid-nineteenth century and the way in which it continues to be reshaped today into a recreational landscape. Volume 2 as well as a reprint of volume 1 of Memphrémagog: An Illustrated History will be published in June.