Hi guys! Here are five events in Montreal in January that will surround you by jewelry but will save your bank accounts (sounds great after Christmas, ah?!).
Location: La Guild, 1460, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Suite B, Montreal
14.00 – 15.15
As part of the Prix François-Houdé 2016 Exhibition presented by the City of Montreal, the Guild, in collaboration with the Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec, would like to invite you to four informal artist talks. The first one – come enjoy a unique experience and discuss with the glass artist Montserrat Duran Muntadas on her creative process, her artistic vision, or simply put, on what inspires her.
Location: 4836 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
For over 20 years Guyomarc’h has acted as curator, advisor and promoter. He is widely recognized for his taste and experience and is considered one of the foremost specialists in contemporary jewellery, both in Quebec and abroad.
For the occasion, the gallery will present a new exhibition entitled “20/20/20: 20th Anniversary, 20 Canadian Artists, 20 International Artists”, with a focus on the work of major artists who have collaborated with Noel Guyomarc’h for many years. In all, forty artists–-20 Canadians and 20 from abroad–-answered his call and will present new works of jewellery, some made especially for this anniversary.
Location: Bonsecours Market, 350 St-Paul Street East, Old Montreal
Fréquence bleu (Blue Spectrum) is an immersion in the colour blue and its many shades, as seen through clothing and accessories made from 1900 to the present day. From sky blue to navy blue, the colour’s wide spectrum never ceases to inspire fashion designers the world over, to the delight of generation after generation.
This exhibition features pieces by international designers such as Christian Dior, Balmain and Comme des garçons, as well as pieces by young graduates and current students of Montreal’s fashion, textile, jewellery and leather-working schools.
L’École de joaillerie de Montréal (ÉJM) takes part in the 14th edition of La Nuit Blanche on March, 4th, 2017. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Expo’67 in Montreal, the organizers will bring to the center of the event projects inspired by it. l’École de joaillerie de Montréal also decided to organize an exhibition and a contest.
The exhibitionn 1967 will be presented at the Gallery of l’ÉJM from February, 27th till March, 19th, 2017.
Prize of the contest*: a discount of $400.00 for the fees for the courses of continuing education or mastering for the year 2017-2018.
*the administrative and teaching staff of l’ÉJM is not admitted to the prize.
The deadline is January, 27, 2017 at 16h.
Location: École de joaillerie de Montréal, 416, boul. De Maisonneuve Ouest, 9e étage, Montréal
Fait ton jonc – a workshop, given by the DEC graduates at École de joaillerie de Montréal to finance their exhibition. In 3 hours you will create your own piece of jewelry.
Photos from the sources of organizers and by Dennis Pedersen