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Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts & Amphitheatre (KIRA) was established in 2016 in an effort to support the creativity of artists. We hope to promote excellence in the arts both here in Canada as well as in the International scene, all the while benefiting the local community of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, by becoming a cultural destination. A residency at KIRA creates a rewarding and stimulating experience for any participant seeking to advance their artistic journey.
Canada, St. Andrews
Réseau Art Actuel is a portal dedicated to the promotion of current contemporary art, and to the many activities and practices of a rich and diverse network. Réseau Art Actuel presents an impressive body of information on current contemporary art in Quebec. Its calendar enables users to find, according to date and city, the activities currently taking place in over 125 different locations throughout Quebec, including 60 artists-run centers. The platform provides increased visibility, and access to professional information intended for the arts community. It also plays a unique role in bridging highly specialized practices and members of the general public who wish to be informed. Réseau Art Actuel is an initiative of the Regroupement des centres d’artistes autogérés du Québec (RCAAQ). The RCAAQ is a national advocacy organization whose mandate is to support, bring together, represent, and promote Quebec’s artist-run centers.
Vision, Mission, Mandate and Values of Regart, Center for Contemporary Art Artists Vision Established in Lévis since 1986, the artist-run-centre Regart intends to ensure a dynamic presence in today’s visual art with audiences in Chaudière-Appalaches and Québec territories. Through original promotion and diffusion interventions, Regart works to develop and promote the practices of professional artists from the regional, national and international scenes, while maintaining privileged ties with the community. Mission On the artistic front, Regart is interested in the hybridization of forms of expression, the encounter and the mixture of practices. Thus, it encourages the merging of visual arts with other disciplines, or even other modes of apprehension of contemporary culture. By integrating this approach to hybridization, both in creative processes and in exhibition presentation contexts, Regart opens up to represent a diversity of perspectives that differ from the usual contextualities of diffusion. Mandate Presented mainly in the gallery, Regart’s programming highlights productions that are hybrid. Through out-of-the-wall events, infiltrations into the public space, singular collaborations and publications, Regart opens a wide range of reflections allowing artists to broaden their fields of artistic intervention. Thus, the center promotes experimentation and research through special projects that bring artists to recontextualize their […]