Past Projects

July 3, 2021
Opening of La HALTE Summer season 2021. Welcome to our small library whose collection on art in public space covers various themes: living art, poetry, architecture, artists' books.
June 15, 2021
FABULER LA RECHERCHE Following the project "Fabuler l'école", this mutation offers the composition of duos made of a practitioner-researcher in the arts and a researcher-born. social sciences.
June 1, 2021
Jennifer Alleyn and Raphaëlle de Groot Opening doors to a virtual studio space, Jennifer and Raphaëlle invite us to a pool. What would you share about yourself? An object? A letter? A tool? A question?
May 5, 2021
AMÉLIE DUMOULIN At the billboard, Amélie Dumoulin proposes to "dry" words recovered after washing and explore the interferences of translations that are frequently found on clothing labels and instruction manuals for household appliances.
April 15, 2021
LIVING LIBRARY This spring, DARE-DARE is offering its community a loan program bringing together a hybrid collection of stories made up of actions and words by: Amélie Brindamour, Maria Ezcurra, Melza Harvey, Emmanuelle Jacques, Mélissa Longpré, Noémie Sauvageau and Roberto Santaguida.
April 7, 2021
DIDIER MORELLI + SYLVIE TOURANGEAU One of the artist is in New York and the other in a small village in Quebec. They exchanged objects by mail activating an intergenerational dialogue.
March 7, 2021
LYNDA GAUDREAU + MICHELLE LACOMBE Michelle Lacombe and Lynda Gaudreau have been in remote communication that included exchanging references, sketches and documentation of explorations.
February 3, 2021
TRANSLATION Given the pandemic, the programming committee will select artistic proposals that cleverly, coherently and creatively compose with the current health measures.
November 18, 2020
FAYE MULLEN + JADE KONWATARONI Spreading mind across Land through root systems; we hold together a dialogue dawning us into mourning.
September 10, 2020
Douglas Scholes (This is) What happens when a thing is maintained (?), part IV, is an alternative to the conventional idea of public art as stayed, static, non-changing. Instead, the focus is on temporality, ephemerality and change as aesthetic qualities that also define sculpture.