NEWS for spring 2024


> Have you heard of A Breath of Air>’s comeback, a series of workshops exploring dance, song and poetry open to all, from 9 to 99 years old? Come discover the fruits of these 8 creative workshops during an informal performance inspired by Sarah Dell'Ava's choreographic work O2. Welcome to everyone on Saturday, June 29, from 12 to 2 pm, in front of the gazebo at De Normanville park.

> After a spring of sweet festivities with the Festilou Festival, Bercer le temps / Lulling time is getting ready to hit the road again for a second grand summer tour. This time, our rocking chairs will travel along the Acadian coast of New Brunswick and Gaspésie, stopping by Saint-Denis-De La Bouteillerie (Kamouraska), Edmundston, Shediac, Dieppe, Grande-Anse, Caraquet, Carleton-sur-Mer, Paspébiac, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Fredericton and Saint John. Check our calendar or the news on our Facebook page for the exact dates and times of our next outings.

> Following Contes à dormir debout, our podcasts for the whole family, we continue our collaboration with the Festilou festival in Petites sagesses, a new series of podcasts for kids from 3 to 6 years old. Co-hosted by Sylvette the owl and guest children, each episode features a local storyteller. To be discovered on Ohdio Radio-Canada in mid-July!

> Mamie Remix is back in Rivière-des-Prairies to sow rap and tenderness as part of the Mouve-toi project. Discover the newest videoclip and the mini-documentary following the creative process of the young artists’ team accompanied by artist-mentor Kayiri, cultural mediator Cara Roy, filmmaker-productor Sara Shukur, and seniors of the neighborhood. Watch also the three videoclips of the 2023 edition on our Facebook page and on the project's Instagram account.

> Berceurs are looking for new teammates to help carry out our evergrowing and stimulating projects. Would you like to work on coordination or web programming of our new online platform regrouping all of our singing archives? Do you know someone who knows someone? We offer flexible conditions, 10 to 30 hours per week, $18 to $35 per hour, depending on skills and availability. To learn more and apply, please refer to the application form at forms.gle/3eeDHN9H18pWGLgP6.

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At the very beginning of the confinement, Berceurs du temps launched a series of weekly HEBDODOs to appease the minds and put worries to sleep. Each week, from March 25 to May 6, we shared 7 lullabies from our archives at https://berceursdutemps.ca/hebdodos and through SoundCloud's mobile app.

LULLING TIME now features a collection of more than 2200 lullabies in over 85 languages, and it keeps growing. Thank you to the golden voices of those who have sang their love in front of our mics since 2016. Until we meet again in the parks over the summer, feel free to share these bedtime delights around you!

Lulling Time

LULLING TIME

Participatory installation in public space

 

Concept and designSarah Dell’Ava + Ilya Krouglikov + Wolfram Sander

Mediation teamMarie-Reine Corvellec + Marijoe Foucher + Cara Roy + Annabelle Chouinard + Marie Mougeolle + Kerwin Barrington + Mathieu Gagnon-Lauzon + Madeleine Guastavino + (Charlotte Beaussier + Maud Mazo-Rothenbühler + Érik Bordeleau + Nicolas Filion + Olivier Girouard + Tanha Gomes + Sophie Levasseur)

Sound editingWolfram Sander (Hanover) + Claire Perryman-Holt (Paris) + Olivier Girouard + Nathan Giroux

 

Presented by : DARE-DARE (2016) + Les Escales improbables de Montréal (2016, 2017) + CAM en tournée (2017)
375MTL (2017) + SummerWorks Festival (2017) + Plateau Mont-Royal Borough (2017) + Pointe-aux-Trembles CC (2017) + Quai 5160 CC (2017, 2019) + Rivière-des-Prairies CC (2018) + Montreal-Nord CC (2018) + Saint-Laurent Borough (2018) + Ville-Marie Borough (2018, 2019) + City of Laval (2018, 2020) + Val-Martin CC (2018) + Intergénérations Québec (2019) + Festilou Festival (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) + Art in The Open Festival (2020) + ATSA + City of Boisbriand (2021) + Petits bonheurs Montreal Festival (2021) + Petits bonheurs Sherbrooke Festival (2021) + City of Terrebonne (2021, 2022) + Mémoire et Racines Festival (2021) + Fête au Petit Village Festival (2021) + Hector-Charland Theatre (2021) + BIG BANG Ottawa Festival (2021, 2022) + Petits bonheurs Longueuil Festival (2022) + City of Chambly (2022, 2023, 2024) + Quartier des spectacles de Montréal (2022) + Alliance chorale du Québec (2023) + Storytellers of Canada (2023) + Les Seigneuriales de Vaudreuil-Dorion (2023) + City of Candiac (2023) + Canada Day in Quebec City (2023) + City of Sherbrooke (2023) + City of Bromont (2023) + Festival Passages Insolites in Quebec City (2023) + Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent in Rivière-du-Loup (2023) + City of Rimouski (2023) + Sainte-Anne-des-Monts CC (2023) + Musée acadien du Québec in Bonaventure (2023) + City of Chandler (2023) + Route des belvédères in Matapédia (2023) + Les Compagnons de la mise en valeur du patrimoine vivant de Trois-Pistoles (2023) + Besançon Citadel, FRANCE (2023) + Aurillac International Street Theatre Festival, FRANCE (2023) + Maisonneuve library (2023, 2024) + Phare culturel de Verchères (2023) + City of Brossard (2023) + City of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (2023)

 

With the support of : Montreal Arts Council + Goethe-Institut Montreal + Canada Council for the Arts (touring) + Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (touring) + Grace Dart Foundation + Espace Oriri + Russian School Gramota + John Harvie + Camille Dell’Ava + Kyra Revenko + Tatiana Krouglikova + Normand Lavoie + Danse Carpe Diem + Nasha Gazeta

 

Logos

 

Out of the cradle endlessly rocking,
I sing a reminiscence,
I sing a future.

(inspired by Walt Whitman)

 

A gentle immersion into the world of lullabies, LULLING TIME invites to travel aboard a rocking chair. Set up in the heart of the city, the installation welcomes visitors in a suspended time-space outside of the surrounding urban bustle. Feet on the grass, swinging along, everyone can get carried away by the echoes of childhood through songs from all over the world.

 

A soothing and comforting ritual, a song of love and tenderness, lullabies reassure and guide towards the night. At the threshold of the sleep, they take different shapes, from an ancient melody to a popular song, from nursery rhymes to soft incantations. Lullabies are transmitted in secret and often forgotten. Our collection reveals the treasures of cosmopolitan Montreal gleaned from all over the city, drawing on traditions from Quebec, the first nations, Congo, France, Germany, Iran, Japan, Russia and Venezuela, to name a few.

 

During the opening hours of the installation, visitors who would like to take part in the collection of lullabies will have the opportunity to do so in a short recording session, sharing a precious intimacy. These songs gain a new life, feeding a living archive and a real collective heritage. Memories become future.

 


 

THANKS also to the open hands, eyes and hearts of Caroline Gagnon, Érik Bordeleau, Geneviève Massé, Jessie Mill, Julie Brand, Marilyne St-Sauveur, Marion Gerbier, Nastassia Kotava, Parisa Rajabian, Robin Pineda Gould, Romane Bladou, Sylvie Teste, Tanha Gomes and Valentina Komolova.

 

THANKS also – and especially – to all those who lent their voices to this archive
in 2016 : Agathe Lapierre-Meilleur, Aleesa Savtchenko, Alexis Emelianoff, Alexis Lafleur-Trudeau, Amandine Mourgues, Amidou Bonsa, André Potvin, Andres Ruiz, Annabelle Chouinard, Anne-Claire Podvin-Noail, Annie Pénélope Dussault, Antonio Castillo, Ariane Collin, Ariane Lapierre-Meilleur, Astrid Dewaele, Carolina Yanez, Caroline Gagnon, Catherine Joly, Catherine Lalonde Massecar, Catherine-Alexandre Briand, Céline Beaulieu, Céline Canelas, Céline Laquerre, Christine Comeau, Danielle Arcand, Danielle Boileau, Dena Davida, Dominic Sévigny, Dominique Voyer, Elena Khitrin, Élodie Lombardo, Ellie Champagne-Lorrain, Erik Bordeleau, Euja Perube, Fabien Torres, Florence Blain Mbaye, Flurina Frenz Badel, François Lapierre, Frédéric Leclerc, Gabriel Gan, Gabrielle Desgagnés, Galina Proutskykh, Geneviève Boisvert, Geneviève D’Ortun, Geneviève Dussault, Geneviève Massé, Gérald Collard, Guillaume Levillet, Haim Kissel, Hamidou Savadogo, Hannah Pfurtscheller, Héloise Desrochers, Hollis P. Monroe, Ildemaro Sanchez, ​Jean Baptiste Mukiza, Jérémie Sarbach, Jessie Mill, Joséphine Adodo, Julie Brand, Ilya Krouglikov, Irène Mayer, Isobel Cunnigham, Khosro Berahmandi, Kiliane Olivier, Laurie-Anne Langis, Liliana Ulloa, Lucy May, Magali Stoll, Manon Massé, Margarita Fert, Mariam Adodo, Marie-Hélène Urro, Marie-Louise Bibish Mumbu, Marilyne St-Sauveur, Marthe Boivin, Martine Garneau, Mary Lalonde, Maryse Bouchard, Maryse Dumouchel, Masha Zak, Maud Mazo-Rothenbühler, Mehdi Hamdad, Michel Longchamp, Milena Buziak, Mira-Clair Lepage, Nasim Lootij, Natalie Monet, Nathalie Albertini, Nika Stein, Normand Lavoie, ​Océane Carpentier, Olga Plakhova, Olivier Faelens, Pallina Michelot, Parisa Rajabian, Pauline Védie, Peter McLaughlin, Pooria Pournazeri, Rachel Harris, Sachiko Sumi, Sarah Dell’Ava, Sarah Manya, ​Sara Maranda-Gauvin, Sévérine Lombardo, Solange Courval, Sophie Gee, Steve Giasson, Steve Schutt, Sundus Abdul Hadl, Svetlana Migdissova, Sylvain Cornuau, Sylvie Meilleur, Sylvie Teste, Tanha Gomes, Tatiana Krouglikova, Ulysse Allard, Valeria Ulloa, Valérie Tremblay Blouin, Victor Zak, Wen Chen, Wolfram Sander, Yassin Alsanmal, Zaccharie Hassoun
in 2017 : Abby Kaeja, Abderezah Ghout, Abdishek Arora, Abigael François Régis, Acacia Barros, Adriana Visintin, Agnès Charles, Alexa, Alexandra Plante, Alexandra Wizman, Alexandre Ereteint, Alexandre Payer, Aline Gazze Botelho, Allen Kaeja, Allison Tsypin, Alyssea Libertella, Amanda Johnston, Amanda Penner, Amelia Johnston, Ana Inés Ansaldo, Anastasia Katsoulis-Bauer, Andréa Corbeil, Andrée Bastien, Angela Zanni, Anita Drolet, Anna, Anna Generalova, Anna Shi, Anne Bessin, Anne Wagnière, Anne-Claire Gaunand, Anne-Marie Pothin, Anne-Rose Bentley, Annica Epstein, Annie Thivierge, Antonia Neu, Arya Boustani, Atom Maltais-Bayda, Aurélie, Aurélie Dollaire, Axèle Payer, Aya Hannane, Azadeh Sistani, Benjamin, Bennett Epstein, Benoît Gagnon, Bianca Côté, Brice, Brigitte Boutet, Carey Varnado, Carole Edoh, Caroline Delpapa, Casandra Jlovoiu, Cassie Wight, Catherine Browne, Céline Cossette, Céline Le Merlus, Chantal Bellefeuille, Charlotte Desmarais, Chelsey, Chiara Libertella, Christiane Cyr, Christina Tan, Christine Duchesne, Cindy Isidore, Circle Hui, Claire Audet, Claire Morissette, Clémence Modoux, Clotilde Pouliot, Courtney McCallum, Cristina De Oliviera, Damien Laurent, Danielle Séguin, Deborah Goldin Beitel, Denise Chiasson, Diane Gartner, Diyar Mayil, Domenico Papandrea, Dounia, Dounia Ravenel, Edith Lachance, Eileen Dallaire Gallou, Elena Epstein, ElianaSully, Eliane, Elisabeth Frommhold, Elise Dandurand, Ella Johnston, Elsa Parent-Montpetit, Emeline Dewitte, Émilie Lessard, Emily Gamble, Emily Hush, Emira, Emma Lemire, Eric Masci, Erica Tomoro, Érika Morel, Eugenia Ricolta, Eun Lee, Eunide Joseph, Eva Reyez-Delpapa, Evelyne, Fabien Durieux, Fabien Eddy, Fanny Van Hammee, Farida Nassereddine, Farnoosh Talebpour, Fatema Rachidi, Faten Fisher, Fatma Khalid, Fei Dong, Félix Dollaire, Femiria Nanni, Fengna Zhao, Ferdinand Fiokou, Fernanda Bové, France Collins, Franck Marchenay, François Dumas, Frédérique Bertrand-Dansereau, Frédy Balli, Gabriela, Gabriela Chalenal, Gabriela Lopez Mojares, Geneviève Falaise, Geneviève Godin, Geneviève Koenig, Gilda Elmaleh, Gisela, Gladys Bourdeau, Gülce Cheung, Habiba Zafane, Halil Sustam, Hélène Paquin, Hora Ait Abdelslam, Huakun Xie, Hui Luo, Ildze Slanke, Ines Sa, Inga Mollen, Irene Armah, Irene Lapierre, Isabel Cooney, Isabelle Croze, Isabelle Lachance, Isabelle Leroux, Israt Jahan Shanchary, Jacob Kopcienski, Jacquelyn Sundberg, Janine Anctil-Fortier, Jaqueline Lisboa Silva, Jasper Cha, Javiera Segovia, Jean-Benoît Rainville, Jeanne Trudeau, Jeannine Lalonde, Jeffrey Simlett, Jennat Touganni, Jessy Bitar, Jia Cha, Jisha Sarwar, Joachim De Meester, Jocelyn Mah, Joey O’Reilly, Johanna Bienaise, John Gerena, Jonathan Thibodault Lacasse, Jordan Toubasi, Josée Arsenault, Josephine Neu, Josette Jacques, Josette Laurent, Judith Chetrit, Julia Giehler, Juliana Pachon, Julie Dufour, Julie Jacob, Julie Nolet, Julie Seiller, Julien Desprès, Juliette Driess, Juline Hilsch, Karen Oral, Karine Desserre, Karine Patoine, Kathleen, Keith Butler, Kelly-Anne Desjardins, Kimberly Jean, Kristen Cere, Laeticia Wizman, Laura Fernandez, Laura Wilson, Laurent St Pierre, Layna, Lea Boudjemline, Léa Dargis-Deschesnes, Léa Poirier, Leah Dobrinski, Leah Razian, Leira Lacemon, Letitia Sissoko, Liam Haffar, Linda Pierre, Lou Babin, Luisella Caire, Lulianne Libertella, Luzio Altobelli, Lydia Vassileva, Mackenzie Madan, Madeleine Bourget, Maëlle Baillet, Malik Nolet, Manel Benchabane, Marc Johnston, Marcela Platon, Margaret Lobo, Margaux, Margo Heron, Marguerite Dandurand, Maria-José Athié Martinez, Mariame Franze, Marie Carmen Parra, Marie Massé, Marie Thibault, Marie-Christine Stafford, Marie-Hélène Montpetit, Marie-Hélène Talon, Marie-Yvette Placide, Marilda Carvalho, Marilupe Bové, Marjam Naseri, Marta Cerruti, Maryse Lavallée, Mathieu Grou-Leclerc, Matteo Esteves, Maude Boutet, Maureen Rowe, Maureen Scott Kabwe, Michael Irvine, Micheline Belanger, Micheline Corbeil, Michelle ltenze, Mimose Denis, Mina Petelo, Monique Trottier, Morgan Snow, Munira Khalid, Muriel De Zangroniz, Nabila Seghilani, Nadia Chalenal, Nancy Fradette, Nancy Guevara, Nancy Ship, Nannan Chen, Narges Ashrafizadeh, Nariman Chopani, Natalie Heron, Natalya Mackenzie, Nathalie Julien, Nathan, Naureen Islam, Nerissa Lobo, Neve, Neville Collins, Newman Moraes, Nicola Adilman, Nicole, Nicole Charbonneau, Nicole De Sousa, Nicole Milette, Niels Erling, Niwsor-Daniel Ganea, Oana Silaghi-Bedikyan, Olivier St Pierre, Omar Souidi, Ouidiane Touganni, Parisa Lorenzetti, Patricia Forget, Peter Collins, Philip Fortin, Philippe Briot, Philippe Desjardins, Pierrette Gélineau, Priscilla Amoah, Priya Reddy, Quinn, Rachel-Tara Marien, Ralph Neumann, Ramzi Razian, Rashed Chowdhury, Rathaina Frommhold, Rayan Sharif, Raymonde Ghoche, Rebecca, Renée Eisma, Rinki Saroya, Rodrigo, Rogerio Gindro, Ronald Eisma, Rose Junia Lucien, Roseline Toussaint, Ryan Brooll, Sabrina Adams, Sama Alzaman, Samantha Klainberg, Samir Lehrich, Sandra Bustamante, Sandrine Isabelle, Sarah Brutus, Sedigheh Ebrahimi, Serge St-André, Sharon Varnado, Shelsie Doriant, Shiri Freiwald, Simon, Simon Chalifoux, Solenne Baillet, Sophia, Soulthania Golmann, Stéphane Bailleul, Stephanie Finkelstein, Steve Quinlan, Sushant Tairo, Susie Wight, Suzanne Desjardins, Sylvana Bilèu, Sylvie Allaire, Sylvie Brazeau, Sylvie Thouin, Taous Boudjemline, Taylor Albanese, Thierry Deroa, Tiana William, Tracy Gartner, Tracy Petzke, Ute Wolff, Vadim Tsypin, Valentin Nelea, Valérie Gauthier, Valérie Lapierre, Valerie Poulin, Veronika Krämer, Victoria Albanese, Violette Marcoux, Virginia Elliott, Virginie Lacombe, Viviane Zabbal, Vivienne Nunis, Viwek Vaidy, Wang Huan, Wei Pan, Wendy Tilson, Xavier Chalenal, Xiu Fen Du, Yaacov Petel, Yaëlle Freiwald, Yan Ping Zheng, Yohann Deberg, Zack, Zeynep Ersoy
in 2018 : Abdullah Dahhan, Abhati James, Abhijit Emery, Adam, Adam Bonouli, Adriana Dobledo, Agnès Bacconnier, Alain Frigon, Albert Hamaoui, Alexandre Fortes, Alexandre Oscar, Aloa Aly, Alyssa Ghazouly, Amal Abdelaziz, Amal Zenbil, Amanda Leighten, Amarande Rivière, Ambereena Razvi, Amed Ismail Eldrissi, Amelia Dicusar, Amélie Pagé, Andy Zhou, Anna FitzMaurice, Annie Blais, Annie Lacroix, Ashley, Asmae, Awa Faye, Béatrice Noël, Benatia Ikram, Bettina Iuliani, Bohalem Amani, Bruno Cicerone, Camille, Carmella Sauvé, Carmen Kozah, Carole Blank, Caroline Loiseau, Cassandra Dufresne, Catherine Azzouzi, Cécile-Hélène Doré, Céline Fontaine, Céline Gingras, Chaher Alzaman, Christine Langevin, Cilia Isrig, Claudette Dorlus Mathurin, Claudette Parent, Cristi Dicusar, Danielle Arcand, Danielle Bélanger, Deborah Kiva Dworkin, Deka Issa Maurice, Destiny Zougrana, Diane Fournier, Diane Mailloux, Dianne Cicerone, Diego Robege, Doura Ait-el-Caid, Edgar José Becerra Granados, Éléonore Gauthier, Elsa Avelina Valdez, Émilie Paquette, Émy Rioux, Eva Krasnoguir, Eve Gibbs, Evelyne Gaspard, Évelyne Kousaev, Farah Mohammed, Farida, Farnouz, Fatimzahra Harba, France Dubois, Francesco Miele, Francine Gerard, Francis Yakou Naha, Françoise Paradis Foisy, Freda Segal, Gabriela Gomez, Geneviève Bélisle, Gérard Parent, Gerda Audehm Gaucher, Ginette Janelle, Guy Cools, Guy Pilon, Guylaine Lemire, Hadjar Asses, Hajar, Hajar Beat, Haroun, Hélène Fleury, Henrique Mercer, Hiam Faytrouni, Hinde Anoual, Ibtissam Alkhtib, Ida Petreccio, Ihsan Ait-el-caid, Iman Sharifi, Ines Isrig, Iyabo Idriss, Jacqueline Carolina Rivera, Jacques Angers, Jacques Cohen, Jade Rioux, Jaime Arrambide, Jayden Germain, Jean-Luc Gilbert, Jeannot Sem, Jebela Navarro, Jen Noonar, Jenny Xu, Jessyca Grisé, Jilan Ait-el-caid, Jocelyn Bourdages, Jonas Lubula, Joudi Nasser El Dien, Julie Portelance, Karina Quinte, Karine Montigny, Kawthar Ouarrak, Kerem Welch, Kettly Jean-Baptiste, K’Hamed El Adib, Kira Lando, Laurence Provost, Layth Dahhan, Léa, Leah, Liane Proulx, Ligia Borges, Lina Beligia, Line Veillette, Lise Desaulniers, Lise Morency, Lisette Bérubé, Louis-Philippe Valois, Lourdes Morales, Lucienne Dufour, Lyes Amani, Lyse Lafond, Manon Delcourt, Manon Rousseau, Marcela German, Marguerite Tougas, Maria Ines Zylber, Maria Raimondo, Marianella Mauricci, Marianne Arsenault, Marie Simone D. Prêt, Marie-Antoinette, Marie-Claude Mongrain, Marie-Danièle Civil, Marie-Ginette T. Ranger, Marie-Noël Lefebvre, Marie-Paule Bouffard, Marie-Thérèse Duc Leonard, Marise Lysie Theagene, Martine Durin van Leeuwenkamp, Marwa Dib, Maryvonne Le Rumeur, Mathew Chan, Maurice Proulx, Mélanie Gendreau, Melanie Teyras, Meriem Aït Balla, Mila Peretrukhina, Mireille Corriveau, Moe Mousavi, Mohammad Souadi, Mohammed, Mojgan Mortaji, Nacira Bonouli, Nadia Rioux, Nagwa Dahhan, Nancy Tran, Nargess Sehojaie, Natacha Bayi, Natalie Corbeil, Nathalie Guerrier, Nicole Bourbonnais, Nicole Saintil, Nina Yamgirchieva, Nizar Abdelaziz, Noëlle Guyon, Noëmie Brisebois, Ouafaa Ben Jahmane, Patricia Davidson, Patricia Higgins, Pauline Beaulieu, Pauline Carbonneau, Phylie Raphael, Radwa Bennaoui, Ralia, Ralia Kandis, Rami Taoufik, Rebecca Sunda, Renaud Chartier, Rigaline, Rihanna, Romina, Ryan, Samar Al Masser Al Chalati, Samiani Abdelaziz, Samuel Atallah, Samuel Valois, San Lakhadari, Sarah Pitre, Selma Lakhadari, Sény Diouf, Sonia Routhier, Stéphanie Khoury, Stephanie Leclercq, Sumaya Ali, Suzanne Cholette, Suzanne Lapierre, Suzanne Simard, Suzette Lalancette, Sylvain Labrosse, Sylvie Lafort, Tasnim Moussaïf, Tomas Robege, Trinity Zougrana, Veronique Valois, William Uzuriaga, Yahya, Yahya Hamza, Yamina Essid, Yani Zhou, Yanick Emogeu, Yayia Seddigha, Zahra Marzouk, Zhen Yang, Zoubida Ikram
and the STORYTELLERS : Ariane Labonté, Cheyda Haramein, Christine Bolduc, Claude Hamel, Danielle Godin, Dominique Bouchard, Gaëtane Breton, Geneviève Falaise, Isabelle Crépeau, Jacinthe Lavoie, Magali Bertrand, Mireya Bayancela, Ronald Larocque, Saulo Olmedo Evans, Sylvi Belleau, Sylvie Proulx, Tink Leguiader, Yves Robitaille
in 2019 : Adoum Youssouf, Agnès Bouchard, Agustin Rodriguez Beltrán, Amélie Quirion, André-Claude Potvin, Annabelle Lavoie, Anthony Najjar, Aurélie Alaume, Aya Alzaman, Barnabé Paul, Benayah Wright, Carmen Sarafzadeh, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Cathia Riopel, Claire Perryman-Holt, Denis Juget, Derlin Cornelio, Destiny Zougrana, Dominique Trudeau, Eric Desruisseaux, Gala Alaume, Geneviève Ouellet, Georges Rigas, Guðrún Fema Ólafsdóttir, Helen Normandeau, Ian Gravel Fourmi, Ildze Slanke, Isabela Restrepo, Janie Lafrenière, Jeanne Bovet, Jelena Djukic, Joffrey Veillleux, Julie St-Pierre, Katia Zenava, Lena Mikami Potvin, Lili Lalonde-Villemin, Lisa Dumontel, Loba Alaume, Loraine Desjardins, Lorraine Mathews, Louis Wagener-Duverne, Marie-Hélène Deschenes, Marie-Hélène Tremblay, Martin Neu, Matthieu Fannière, Maya Alzaman, Maya Hasnar Zebeir, Meridalba Muñoz Bravo, Mia Lévesque, Micheline Laporte, Mirna Djukic, Nathalie Julien, Ndiala Diop, Nélia Tavares, Nicolas Aubry, Ottman El Oufir, Pascale Dumontel, Patric Hani, Petar Meltev, Rahma Yahyaoui, Rémy Dell’Ava, Reya El Rinade, Rose-Emma Turcotte Tremblay, Sama Alzaman, Sandro Leyl Dominguez, Sayeeda Ahmed Sher, Sébastien Duverne, Shimi Chaudhury, Tanha Gomes, Trinity Zougrana, Valérie Boucher, Zacharie Fannière
and the STORYTELLERS : Essouma Long, Fayçal Belattor, Gaëtane Breton, Lyse Trottier, Masami Mikami, Minori Kimura-Colas, Muriel Revollon, Raluca Kirk, Saulo Olmedo Evans, Serge Lapointe, Sylvi Belleau, Sylvie Proulx, Valer Egouy
in 2020 : Alex-Ann Boucher, Amanda Beazley, Amine Elyakoubi, Angie Naranjo, Annabelle Chouinard, Anne-Marie Labrecque, Ariana Salvo, Arielle Foulkes, Augustine, Becca Griffin, Becka Viau, Beth Johnston, Breanna Shanahan, Christiane Asselin, Christina M, Claudia Lamarre, Daria Lacey, Deborah O’Hanley, Douglas Dumais, Dylan Gaudet, Edith, Eugène Maponda, Francine Goupil, Gabriel Brien-Bérard, Gale Colpitts, Gary Torlore, Gene Parker, Geneviève Goyer-Ouimette, Georgette Papathanasiou, Gilberte Paré, Hannah Lall, Ioanna Kokolakis, Irene Palin, Jasmine Michel, Jay Lall, Jenny Richard, Jo Osborne, JoAnna Howlett, Joanne McGinn, Juan Givaldo, Julia Robichaud, Julien Gagnon-Ouelette, Kadiatou Barry, Karla Caicedo, Kathryn Nazim, Kayo Yasuhara, Kerry Dumais, Laurence Santelli, Laurette Ntangu, Leo Cheverie, Line Prevost, Louise Daigle, Luke Hackey, Margrette Emile, Maria Papathanasiou, Mariah Singleton, Marin Brown, Marion Bec, Meike Brown, Melissa Badilla, Michel Robichaud, Monica Lacey, Moufette Monette, Mouna D’Hissy, Nicholas Borne, Patrick Saumure, Paulette Gallant, Quisha Girard-Lau, Romy Smith, Rose-Marie Braden, Roxanne Nassif, Samuel Mathieu, Sarah Fletcher, Scott Brown, Sharon Hackey, Sheila O’Shea, Simon Sauvé, Sixtine O’Hanley, Sophie Levasseur, Tanya Brossoit, Trilby Jeeves, Valérie Doucet, Victoire O’Hanley, Victoria Rodriguez, Virginie Dufour, Yana KM, Yann Bernard, Yvan Larue
and the STORYTELLERS : Eric Michaud, Essouma Long, Maria Grote, Mireya Bayoncela, Nicole O’Bomsawin, Patience Fayulu, Robert Payant, Saulo Olmedo Evans, Sylvain Rivard
in 2021 : Adreana Cruz, Aiza Nino, André Fontaine, Annabelle Dubé, Anne Roy, Arianne Collin, Arthur Amani, Arthur Filion-Lalonde, Arthur Trottier, Astrid Morchoine, Antoine Roy, Aurélia Filion, Beatriz Mejia, Bezawit Mehrete, Bosco Wang, Carine Gaudreault, Carl Rousseau, Cathy Rybicki, Chantale Paquin, Charles-Henri Dion, Charlotte Boily-Lambert, Christina Montanez, Christine Gascon, Cindy De Roech, Clarence Wolfleg Jr, Claudette Fortin, Claudette Dumont, Daniel Roy, Dorothée Lambert, Edith Tremblay, Eli Roy, Éliane Gagné, Élisabeth Lambert, Élise Hardy, Élise Arguin, Émilie Lafortune, Emmanuel Bilodeau, Entisar Gate, Érika Tremblay-Roy, Fabrice Guillaume, Florence Demers, Francine Cadrin, Francis Demers, François Lavoie, Gabrielle Pharand-Rancourt, Gilbert Alex Sark, Ginette Poirier, Gloria Lops, Hamal Kahina, Henri Filion-Lalonde, Hélène Vanden Abeele, Hélène Brown, Inston Gurdian, Irma McDonald, Jacques Larocque, Jean-François Dion, Jean-Philippe Dussault, Joan Boily, Johanne Hamel, Jonathan Bayard, Josée St-Arneault, Joseph Aubut, Julia Giehler, Julie Pellissier-Lush, Julie Boudreau, Julie Massey, Juliette Villard, Karine Letourneau, Laura Benedict, Laurelou Chapleau, Lauriane Lafortune, Lauwie Dessources, Leonardo Ortiz, Léonie Massé, Louise Bertille, Luc Desilets, Lysianne Panagis, Maëlle Perdereau, Maïté Garate, Malik Dufresne, Malika Rahman, Manon Bélanger, Marcel Chouinard, Maria Siddiqui, Mariana Lopez, Mariane Lops, Marie-Christine Léger, Marie-Christine Massé, Marie-Hélène Hand, Marie-Josée Plouffe, Marion Fortin, Matthew Teetaert, Maude Baillargeon, Maude Fauteux, Maxime Michaud, Maxime Trottier, Maya Lamontagne, Mélanie Boucher, Methilda Knockwood-Snache, Metuschelah Héma, Micheline Domingue, Mila Acevedo, Monique Pauzé, Myriam Chiasson, Nada Yahiaoui, Nadia Zouaoui, Nadia Fortin, Nelly Rousseau, Nicole Fontaine, Odette Thivierge, Olivier Hamelin, Pascale Tremblay, Philippe Jetté, Pierre-Éloi Dion, Raman Sharma, Rashmi Sharma, Régine Gaudreault, Rosalie Desnoyers, Rui Wang, Salima Djaballah, Samir Djaballah, Samuel Lamontagne, Samuel Morcelin, Santhier Dessources, Sheila Gaudreau, Sophie Jeukens, Sophie Grondin, Suzanne Daigneault, Sylvain Harwele, Sylvie Bélanger, Sylvie Senécal, Thierry Goulet-Forgues, Valérie Bizier, Yalie Paquette, Yanick Paquette, Yasmine Fortier, Yu Liu, Yves Normandin, Zaleika Léonard
and the STORYTELLERS : Floribert Bantsimba, Gaëtane Breton, Isabel Dos Santos, Mélina Proulx, Nicole Filiatrault, Ronald Larocque
in 2022 : Abel Lareau, Adan Revuelta Garcia, Aimée Lareau, Adriana Garcia-Cruz, Affine Lwalalika, Agnez Rensauder, Aicha Coulibaly, Aksil Abdeladim, Alexandra Tobar Cuenca, Alexandre Carb, Alexandre Bélanger, Alice Mascoux, Alison Kilpatrick, Amal El Hamdouchi, Amanda Malkiewich, André Perrier, Andrea Cuda, Andrea St-Amant, Andreanne Côté, Andrew Banks, Andrey Elias, Anna Ovsyannikova, Annabelle Cloutier, Anne-Sophie Dandois, Anne-Sophie Tobar Cuenca, Anny Brassard, Antoine Bernard, Antoine Lachance, Antonio Di Rienzo, Ariana Seferiades, Arthur St-Louis, Aydee Montaño Rodriguez, Bakar Mansaray, Barabare Oliviera, Betsy Chaly, Beverley Rooney, Bianca Giura, Brienne Klein, Brynn Keen, Cara Roy, Carine Lucas, Carmen Pitre, Carmen Poirier, Catherine Nault, Cédric Dunn, Céleste Frédéric, Chantal English, Chantelle Soares, Charles Gauvin, Charlie Thomas-Simard, Chris Lyons, Chris Henschel, Christian Fial, Christina Tenerio, Christine Bailey, Ciro Rōynoso, Claudio Contardo, Clémence Modoux, Corynn Jean Baptiste, Cynthia Bouchard-Gosselin, Cyril Wahba, Dalia Kadi, Damian Birbrier, David Arnold, David Schickler, Dee Campbell, Denis Beaudry, Djamel Nait Sidenas, Dominique Marchessault, Dominique Sakalou, Edith Emond, Éléonore Lavigne, Éli Guertin, Elisa Shenkier, Élise Lefebvre, Elizabeth, Ellajen Jomyla Rosales, Elliot Barbé, Élodie Périanmodély, Eloha Ferdinand, Elsa Parent-Montpetit, Elyse Gauthier, Emanuelle Laliberté, Émilie Boislard, Eric Brenchley, Erin Eckler, Estelle Bracka, Farzaneh Shahmohammadi, Fatima Bakkar, Finley Arnold, Fleur-Ange Doyon, Florence Houle, Florence Pichette, Gabriel Tardif, Gabriela Guilbault, Gabrielle Charron, Geneviève Daigneault, Geraldine Jacquemin, Gian-Rico Esposito, Gilles Riopel, Giovana Moreira Gomes, Gisèle Leblanc, Gladice Marc, Grayson Ryan, Guylaine Normandin, Haldi Sulejmani, Hannes Westermann, Harry Ishmael, Ian Flores-Dozol, Ina Sakalou, Isabelle Leclerc, Jacqueline Theriault, Jacob Carrier Boudreau, Jamila Kasmi, Jana Barento, Janet Dunbrack, Janice Nicholson, Jennifer Payette Hirst, Jennifer Robb, Jennifer Arnold, Jennifer Kemp, Jessica Pelland, Jimmy Bakkar, João Mota, Joël Rochon, Jonathan Lavigne, Jonathan Gauthier, Jordan McKenzie, Juan Alexander Tobar Guerrero, Judith Poitras, Julie Yuo Hin, Julie St-Louis, Julie Houle, Julien Ferdinand, Juliette Bélanger, Juliette Gauvin, June Siekierski, Karine Doucet, Katerine Charland, Kerwin Barrington, Kim Robert, Kiran Chaly, Lancelot Bakkar, Laura Snedden, Laura Pritchard, Laurence Gallant, Laurent Venturi, Lena Sanian, Léon Lareau, Lillian El Oufir, Line-Aimée Pilon, Logan Easton, Lord Josserande Dzab, Lori Marchand, Louise Poisson, Lucie Galarneau, Lyne-Marie Forget, Maaz Barento, Magalie Sabbat, Maksim Sakalou, Manon Alarie, Manuel Aponte, Marcel Bourassa, Maria Felicia Vaz de Melo Ferreira, Maria-Rosa Esposito, Marie Mougeolle, Marianne Charron, Marika Morris, Marion Bergeron, Marjolaine Matte, Mary Lorence Flores-Dozol, Mathieu Toma, Mathilde Bergeron, Maxim Mounier, May Speare, Meg Bazel, Mélanie Arcand, Mélanie Green, Mélanie Carrières, Mélanie Sicotte, Mercy Cuenca Diaz, Michaëlle Azor Maingrette, Michelle Bucur, Michaëlle Carrier Boudreau, Michelle Goulet, Mikel Côté, Miki Dagnino, Milana Sakalou, Mina Toma, Miriam Ouer, Misha Partington, Monique Rivard, Morgan Kennedy, Mylène Gosselin, Myriam Lalumière, Myriam Abdeladim, Nadia Bastien, Nadia Alaoui, Nadia Boudreau De Andrade, Nadine Hirst, Nathalie Bertram, Nathalie Hernandez, Nathan Biggs-Penton, Naveen Mehra, Nazzareno Conti, Nicolas Benjamin, Noah Buchan, Noemi Côté, Nomade Chapleau-Lamarre, Nora Makansi, Norah Venturi, Odeta Sulejmani, Odile Lavigne, Olive Cuda, Pascale Vallée, Patrick John Lord Joseph, Paul Matte, Pauline Deslauriers, Paulo Bottas, Pierre Brisebois, Pierre-Nau Jean-Louis Sagarra Martin, Pierrette Bélanger, Pierrette Villemure, Quach Vo, Rachel McCrum, Rachel Mascoux, Rajinder Rawal, Raphaëlle Nadon, Rebecca Descarie, Regena Ash, Robert Gagné, Rodrigue Barbé, Roger Thivierge, Rollande Boutin, Rosalie Guertin, Rosalie Pitre, Rosanna Esposito, Rossana Bruzzone, Roxana Richer, Ruslan Richer, Sacha Brisebois, Saule Amirbekova, Sebastian Arnold, Sebastian Bazel, Solange Binette, Sonia Rivard, Sophie Desjardins, Sophie Pascal, Soren Sanian, Stéphane Bernier, Stephanie Chartrand, Stéphanie Maranda, Subomi Akin-Abrahams, Sukiri Bahai, Suzanne Lalande, Sylvie Scott, Tarik Adjemout, Teagan Ryan, Thais Flores-Dozol, Tom Van Drimmelen, Vadim Losev, Veronik Lapierre, Véronique Marcus, Vickie Sirois, Victor Dubé-Marcus, Viviane Chantal, William Baldino, Will Siekierski, Ylenia Ash Banks, Zoé Martineau
and the STORYTELLERS : Alexandre Matte, Anne Glover, Aurore Liang, Charly Mullot, Marta Saenz de la Calzada, Muriel Bloch, Rodrigue Barbé, Sarah Paquin

 

Calendar

On September 2 to 5, 2016, at DARE-DARE (Montreal)

Lionel-Groulx metro. Near the Atwater market, in front of DARE-DARE's trailer. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/843865885749024

> Friday 3 to 8 pm, opening at 6 pm
> Saturday, Sunday, Monday (Labour Day) 2 to 6 pm


On September 13 to 18, 2016, at Escales Improbables de Montréal (Montreal)

Papineau metro. At Parc des Faubourgs with Escales Improbables de Montréal

> Tuesday, Thursday4:30 to 8 pm , Wednesday off
> Friday 4:30 to 10 pm, late-night opening
> Saturday, Sunday 2 to 6 pm




Saison 2017

On July 25, 26 and 27, 2017 with Théâtre de Verdure (Montreal)

Sherbrooke metro. At La Fontaine Park with Théâtre de Verdure. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/2340268229532042

> Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 4 to 9 pm


From July 28 to August 19, 2017 with 375MTL in the Ville-Marie borough (Montreal)

> Friday, July 28, 12 to 6 pm at the Dorchester Square
> Saturday, July 29, 3 to 8 pm at the Place De La Dauversière in the Old Montreal
> Friday, August 11, 12 to 6 pm at the Place de la Paix in front of the Monument-national
> Saturday, August 12, 3 to 8 pm at the Place Sun-Yat-Sen in Chinatown
> Friday, August 18, 12 to 6 pm at the Place De La Dauversière in the Old Montreal
> Saturday, August 19, 3 to 8 pm at the Dorchester Square

> 375 lullabies for Montreal (website of the project)

On August 1 and 2, 2017, with the City of Pointe-Claire (Montreal)

Pointe-Claire train station. At the Stewart Hall Art Gallery. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/1918030408484300

> 2 to 7 pm


On August 4, 5 and 6, 2017, at the SummerWorks Festival (Toronto)

At the Shaw Park (CAMH grounds) in Toronto. SummerWorks Festival. Free. www.facebook.com/events/138274313405916

> 3 to 8 pm


On August 17, 2017 with the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Montreal)

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue train station. At the Harpell Center. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/679333455591499

> 4 to 9 pm


On August 20, 2017, with Rivière-des-Prairies Cultural Center (Montreal)

Anjou train station. In front of the Maison Pierre-Chartrand. Free.

> 1 to 5 pm


On August 24 and 25, 2017, with the City of Westmount (Montreal)

Atwater or Vendôme metro. At the Westmount Park. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/114684922510347

> 3 to 8 pm


On August 26 and 27, 2017, with Pointe-aux-Trembles Cultural Center (Montreal)

Honoré-Beaugrand metro (plus bus). At the Place du Village-de-la-Pointe-aux-Trembles. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 12 to 5 pm


On August 31, 2017, at Escales Improbables de Montréal

At La Friche, at the corner of Notre-Dame and D'Iberville streets, with Escales Improbables de Montréal. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/661562404042356

> 4 to 7:30 pm


On September 1 and 2, 2017, with the Plateau Mont-Royal borough (Montreal)

Sherbrooke metro. At the corner of Roy and De Bullion streets. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/112791886083092

> 2 to 7 pm


On September 3 and 4, 2017, with the Plateau Mont-Royal borough (Montreal)

Frontenac metro. At the Baldwin Park. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/496420900710797

> 2 to 7 pm


On September 6, 2017 with the city of Pointe-Claire (Montreal)

Pointe-Claire train station. At the Stewart Hall Art Gallery (Pointe-Claire. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free.

> 6 to 10 pm, late-night opening


On September 9 and 10, 2017, with Anjou Cultural Center (Montreal)

Honoré-Beaugrand metro. At the Goncourt Park. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/745224528999047

> 11 am to 3 pm


On September 16, 2017, with Rivière-des-Prairies Cultural Center (Montreal)

Anjou train station. In front of the St-Joseph church. Free.

> 1 to 6 pm


On September 30 and October 1, 2017, with the City of Dorval (Montreal)

Dorval train station. At the Peter B. Yeomans Cultural Center. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/118527865496213

> 10 am to 4 pm


On October 15, 2017 with the City of Pointe-Claire (Montreal)

Pointe-Claire train station. At the Stewart Hall Art Gallery. Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/667231940139987

> 1 to 5 pm


On December 1, 2 and 3, 2017, with Verdun Cultural Center (Montreal)

Verdun station. At the Quai 5160 (inside). Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/380486052383306

> Friday 3 to 8 pm
> Saturday and Sunday 12 to 4 pm



Saison 2018

On May 13, 2018, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/396473524182046

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 17 and 18, 2018, with the City of Côte Saint-Luc (Montreal)

At the Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc public library (Plamondon metro station). Through the Conseil des arts de Montréal Touring program. Free. www.facebook.com/events/257058664869771

> Thursday 4 to 9 pm
> Friday 12 to 5 pm

On May 19, 2018, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Laurier Park (Laurier metro station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Monday, May 21, at Baldwin Park. www.facebook.com/events/396473524182046

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 20, 2018, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Monday, May 21. www.facebook.com/events/396473524182046

> 2 to 7 pm

On June 16, 2018, with Rivière-des-Prairies Cultural Center (Montreal)

On boul. Perras, near the Rivière-des-Prairies Library, at the "Tous au spectacle" event. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 11 to 5 pm


On July 21, 2018, with the City of Laval

At Parc des Prairies (5 av. du Crochet) in Laval-des-Rapides (Laval). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 2 to 7 pm

On July 24, 2018, with the Ville-Marie Borough (Montreal)

At Square Cabot (Atwater metro station). Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Wednesday, July 25. www.facebook.com/events/268804857037061

> 2 to 7 pm

On July 26, 2018, with the City of Laval

At Parc Labelle in Saint-Martin (Laval). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 4 to 8 pm

On July 28, 2018, with the City of Laval

At the Sylvain-Garneau Library in Sainte-Rose (Laval). Free.

> 11 am to 4 pm

On July 29, 2018, with the City of Laval

At Centre de la Nature (by the greenhouse) in Duvernay (Laval). Free. Inside the greenhouse in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/282567925839380

> 11 am to 4 pm

On August 4, 2018, with Montreal-Nord Cultural Center (Montreal)

At Parc Aimé-Léonard. Free. www.facebook.com/events/873569592839660

> 2 to 7 pm

On August 7, 2018, with the Ville-Marie Borough (Montreal)

At Square Cabot (Atwater metro station). Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Wednesday, August 8. www.facebook.com/events/268804857037061

> 2 to 7 pm

On September 28, 2018, with the Val-Martin Community Centre (Laval)

In front of the Val-Martin Community Centre in Chomedey (828 79e Avenue, Laval), at the "De l'art plein la rue!" event. Free. www.facebook.com/events/1796059897095805

> 3 to 6 pm

On September 29 and 30, 2018, with the Saint-Laurent Borough (Montreal)

At the Du Boisé library (Côte-Vertu metro station). Free. www.facebook.com/events/1428829750549837

> 11am to 4 pm



Quai 5160

From January 12 to February 8, 2019, with Verdun Cultural Center (Montreal)

Verdun station. At the Quai 5160 (inside). In an EXHIBITION format. Free. www.facebook.com/events/334942100439931

> Tuesday to Friday 1 to 8 pm (break from 5 to 5:30 pm)
> Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm (break from 12 to 12:30 pm)
+ Press release in French (pdf)





Saison 2019

On May 11, 2019, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/1523604017770890

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 12, 2019, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Laurier Park (Laurier metro station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/1523604017770890

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 18, 2019, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Compagnons de Saint-Laurent Park (Mont-Royal metro station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/1523604017770890

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 19, 2019, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Laurier Park (Laurier metro station) with the Festilou Festival. Free.
In case of rain, the installation will take place at the Salle l'Imprévu of Théâtre de l'Esquisse at 4333 rue Marquette. www.facebook.com/events/1523604017770890

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 20, 2019, at the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free.
In case of rain, the installation will take place at the Salle l'Imprévu of Théâtre de l'Esquisse at 4333 rue Marquette. www.facebook.com/events/1523604017770890

> 2 to 7 pm

On May 25, 2019, with Intergénérations Québec (Montreal)

At Molson Park (D'Iberville station), as part of the Quebec's intergenerational week. Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/2252891231644106

> 2 to 6 pm

On June 12, 2019, with the Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At the little park behind the Barclay primary school (Du Parc station) with the Festilou Festival. Free.
In case of rain, the installation will take place at the auditorium of the school.

> 2 to 6 pm

On July 23, 2019, with the Ville-Marie Borough (Montreal)

At Square Cabot (Atwater metro station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/1348701158623068

> 2:30 to 6:30 pm

On August 6 and 13, 2019, with the Ville-Marie Borough (Montreal)

At Square Cabot (Atwater metro station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/1348701158623068

> 2:30 to 6:30 pm



Laval 2020

From February 6 to March 20, 2020, with the City of Laval

Montmorency station (bus 40). At the Laval City Hall (in the entrance hall). In an EXHIBITION format. Free. www.facebook.com/events/1258004174405680

> Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
> closed on Saturday and Sunday


On August 21 and 28, 2020 at CHSLD Saint-Henri (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At CHSLD St-Henri. Free. Closed to outside public.

> 10:30 am to 4 pm



On August 27, 2020 at Chartwell Belvédères de Lachine Residence (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At Résidence Chartwell Belvédères de Lachine. Free. Closed to the outside public.

> 11 am to 5 pm



On August 29, 2020, at the ART IN THE OPEN festival in Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)

At Rochford Square in Charlottetown. Art in the Open festival. Free.

> Saturday 4 pm to midnight

On September 2, 2020 at Le Cavalier de LaSalle Residence (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At Résidence Le Cavalier de LaSalle. Free. Closed to outside public.

> 1 to 6 pm



On September 3, 2020 at Château Pierrefonds Residence (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At Résidence Château Pierrefonds. Free. Closed to outside public.

> 1 to 5 pm





Contes des 5 continents

On Septembre 5, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : Latin America, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station). Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Monday, September 7. www.facebook.com/events/969497170221677

> 1 to 7 pm



On Septembre 6, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : First Nations, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At Médéric-Martin Park (Frontenac station). Free. In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Monday, September 7, at Baldwin Park. www.facebook.com/events/628362748107630

> 1 to 7 pm



On September 9 and 16, 2020 at CHSLD Jeanne-Le Ber (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At CHSLD Jeanne-Le Ber (Anjou). Free. Closed to outside public.

> 10:30 am to 4 pm



On September 10, 2020 at CHSLD Foyer Dorval (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At CHSLD Foyer Dorval. Free. Closed to outside public.

> 10:30 am to 4 pm



On Septembre 12, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : Québec, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At O'Reilly Park, next to the Natatorium (Verdun). Free. www.facebook.com/events/4723354727676364
In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Sunday, September 27, at Médéric-Martin Park.

> 1 to 7 pm



On Septembre 13, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : Asia, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At Des Royaux Park (Frontenac station). Free. www.facebook.com/events/628362748107630
RESCHEDULED for Sunday, September 27, at Médéric-Martin Park, but CANCELLED due to new sanitary restrictions of the Ville-Marie borough.

> 1 to 7 pm



On Septembre 19, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : Africa, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At Desmarchais Park, next to Quai 5160 (Verdun). Free. www.facebook.com/events/4723354727676364
In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Sunday, September 27, at Médéric-Martin Park.

> 1 to 7 pm



On Septembre 20, 2020 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

STORIES OF THE 5 CONTINENTS : Germany, with two guest storytellers throughout the day.
At Des Royaux Park (Frontenac station). Free. www.facebook.com/events/628362748107630
In case of rain, the event is rescheduled for Sunday, September 27, at Médéric-Martin Park.

> 1 to 7 pm





On February 13 and 14, 2021 at the BIG BANG Ottawa festival, online

On the virtual platform of the BIG BANG festival organized by the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Free.
www.nac-cna.ca/bigbang/bercer-le-temps
www.facebook.com/events/969497170221677


On May 1 and 2, 2021 at the Petits bonheurs festival (Sherbrooke)

At Centre des arts de la scène Jean-Besré, invited by "Coté Scène". Free. Cancelled in case of rain. www.facebook.com/events/4284900541542117


> 10:30 am to 4 pm



On May 8 and 9, 2021 at the Petits bonheurs festival (Montreal)

At Place Gennevilliers-Laliberté, next to the Maisonneuve market (Pie IX station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 10:30 am to 4:30 pm



On May 13 and 14, 2021 with ATSA (Montreal)

At Place des Festivals (Place des Arts station), at the "Cuisine ta ville" event organized by ATSA. Free. www.facebook.com/events/940070240157522

> Thu 4 to 8 pm
> Fri 2 to 8 pm



On May 15 and 16, 2021 at the Petits bonheurs festival and the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Place Gennevilliers-Laliberté, next to the Maisonneuve market (Pie IX station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> 10:30 am to 4:30 pm



On June 23 and 24, 2021 with the City of Boisbriand

At Parc des Francs-Bourgeois in Boisbriand. Free. Rescheduled for Friday, June 25, in case of rain.

> Wed and Thu, 1:30 to 7:30 pm



On July 15 and 16, 2021 with the City of Terrebonne

At Parc Jardins Vitré, in front of Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Thu and Fri, 2 to 8 pm



On July 17 and 18, 2021 with the City of Terrebonne

At Parc Masson in Vieux-Terrebonne. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sat and Sun, 2 et 8 pm



On July 24 and 25, 2021 at the Festival Mémoire et Racines (Saint-Charles-Borromée)

At Parc du Dr. Yvon-Gauthier in Saint-Charles-Borromée, near Joliette. Free. Relocated to Centre Alain-Pagé in case of rain.

> Sat and Sun, 1 to 6 pm



On August 27 and 28, 2021 at Théâtre Hector-Charland (L'Assomption)

In front of Hector-Charland Theatre in L'Assomption. Free.

> Fri 3 to 8 pm
> Sat 12 to 5 pm



On September 5, 2021 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/1033299360806162

> Sun 12 to 6 pm



On September 6, 2021 at CHSLD Centre Le Cardinal (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At CHSLD Centre Le Cardinal in Pointe-aux-Trembles. Free.

> Mon 10:30 am to 4 pm



On September 11, 2021 at CHSLD Foyer Dorval (Montreal)

Touring retirement residencies with the Montreal Arts Council's program "Libres comme l'art".
At CHSLD Foyer Dorval in Dorval. Free.

> Sat 10:30 am to 4 pm



On September 12, 2021 at the Festilou and Grandes Oreilles festivals (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Saint-Viateur park (Outremont station), with the Grandes Oreilles festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/273674310929492

> dimanche 12h à 18h



On September 16, 2021 at the Maison d'Aurore (Montreal)

Behind the Saint-Stanislas de Kostka Church (Mont-Royal station), at the Guinguette d'Aurore.
Free. Rescheduled fo Tuesday, September 21, in case of rain.

> Thu 4 to 7 pm


On September 18, 2021 at the Fête au Petit Village (Repentigny)

At 300-414 rue du Village in Repentigny, at the Fête au Petit Village. Free.

> Sat 10 am to 5 pm


On September 19, 2021 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Ahuntsic park (Henri-Bourassa station), with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/539633220618472

> Sun 12 to 6 pm





Saison 2022

On May 7 and 8, 2022 at the Petits bonheurs Festival (Longueuil)

In front of the Raymond-Lévesque Library, at the Petits bonheurs Festival in Longueuil. Free.

> Sat, 12 to 5 pm

> Sun, 12 to 5 pm



On May 12, 13 and 14, 2022 at Quartier des spectacles de Montréal

On Esplanade Tranquille, at the heart of Quartier des spectacles (Saint-Laurent station). Free.
www.facebook.com/events/421147992774228

> Thu, 11 am to 5 pm

> Fri, 11 am to 5 pm

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm



On May 21, 2022 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Westmount Park (Vendôme station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm



On May 22, 2022 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Rescheduled to May 23 in case of rain.

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On May 28, 2022 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Lahaie Park (Laurier station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm



On May 29, 2022 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At NDG Park (Vendôme station) with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On June 6, 7, 8 and 9, 2022 at the West Island CHSLDs (Montreal)

Touring CHSLDs in West Island (Montreal) with the support of the Grace Dart Foundation. Free.

> Mon, 1 to 4 pm at CHSLD Grace Dart
> Tue, 9 am to 12 pm at CHSLD Nazaire-Piché
> Tue, 1 to 4 pm au CHSLD Lachine
> Wed, 9 am to 12 pm at the LaSalle Hospital
> Wed, 1 to 4 pm at CHSLD LaSalle
> Thu, 9 am to 12 pm at CHSLD Dorval
> Thu, 1 to 4 pm at CHSLD Denis-Benjamin-Viger

On July 2 and 3, 2022 at the BIG BANG festival (Ottawa)

At the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, at the BIG BANG festival. Free.
www.nac-cna.ca/en/event/31169

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm

> Sun, 10 am to 5 pm



On July 5, 7, 9 and 10, 2022 with the City of Chambly

On the Esplanade du Pôle culturel in Chambly, in front of the municipal library. Free. Indoors in case of rain.

> Tue and Thu, 3 to 8 pm

> Sat and Sun, 11 am to 4 pm



On July 16 and 17, 2022 with the City of Terrebonne

At Parc Jardins Vitré, in front of Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sat and Sun, 2 to 8 pm



On July 23 and 24, 2022 with the City of Terrebonne

On Île-des-Moulins, next to the pond (East side). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

> Sat and Sun, 2 to 8 pm



On September 23, 2022 with the Peace Days (Montreal)

At the Lachine Canal, on Esplanade du Centenaire (Charlevoix station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/602290464906374

> Fri, 12 to 6 pm



On September 24, 2022 with the Peace Days (Montreal)

At Jarry Park (De Castelnau station), at the Peace Picnic, next to the gazebo across Villeray st. Free.
www.facebook.com/events/634971657948846

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm



On September 25, 2022 with the Peace Days (Montreal)

At the Lachine Canal, by the Place des Bassins (Georges-Vanier station). Free. Cancelled in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/602290464906374

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On September 30, October 1st and 2nd, 2022 with the Peace Days (Montreal)

At the Lachine Canal, South of the Charlevoix bridge (Charlevoix station). Free. Rescheduled to October 9 in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/602290464906374

> Fri, 12 to 6 pm
> Sat, 12 to 6 pm
> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On April 22, 2023 with the Alliance chorale du Québec (Montreal)

At Mont-de-La Salle school in Laval (Cartier station), at the annual choruses gathering Chorissimo. Free.
www.facebook.com/events/880851583148694

> Sat, 12 to 5 pm


On May 4, 2023 at CÉGEP André-Laurendeau (Montreal)

At CÉGEP André-Laurendeau (Angrignon station), part of the Canadian Mental Health Week. Free.

> Thu, 11 am to 3 pm


On May 20, 2023 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Ahuntsic park (Henri-Bourassa station), with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/92419389164891832

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm



On May 21, 2023 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Baldwin park (Frontenac station), with the Festilou Festival. Free. Rescheduled to May 22 in case of rain.
www.facebook.com/events/1450723238998836

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On May 27, 2023 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Île-de-la-Visitation park (Henri-Bourassa station), with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/166800549660919

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm



On May 28, 2023 at the Festilou festival (Montreal) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Stewart park in Pointe-Claire (Pointe-Claire train station), with the Festilou Festival. Free. Cancelled in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/954011589107972

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On June 3, 2023 at the Storytellers of Canada conference (Sudbury, ON) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Greater Sudbury's Place des Arts, at the Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada annual conference. Free.

> Sat, 12 to 5 pm


On June 4, 2023 at the Storytellers of Canada conference (Sudbury, ON) - STORYTELLING and LULLABIES

At Bell park in Greater Sudbury, at the Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada annual conference. Free.

> Sun, 12 to 5 pm


On June 10-11, 2023 at the Seigneuriales de Vaudreuil-Dorion (QC)

At the corner of Sainte-Angélique & Louise-Josephte streets, at Seigneuriales de Vaudreuil-Dorion (31st edition). Free.

www.facebook.com/6187758498011740

> Sat, 11 am to 6 pm

> Sun, 10 am to 4 pm


On June 17, 2023 with the City of Candiac (QC)

In the backyard of Candiac library, for the summer season launch. Free.

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm


On June 18, 2023 with the City of Candiac (QC)

At André-J.-Côté park in Candiac. Free. Relocated to Maison Hélène-Sentenne in case of rain.

> Sun, 2 to 8 pm


On July 1st, 2023 with the City of Québec (QC)

On the Plains of Abraham, next to Kiosque Edwin-Bélanger, for Canada Day in Québec. Free.

www.facebook.com/FeteduCanadaaQuebec

> Sat, 12 to 5 pm


On July 15 and 16, 2023 with the City of Sherbrooke (QC)

At Strathcona Square, in front of Sherbrooke's city hall, invited by the Comité Arts et Culture Jacques-Cartier.
Free. Cancelled in case of heavy rain.

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm


On July 19, 2023 with the City of Bromont (QC)

On the Public Square, in the Old Bromont. Free.

> Wed, 3 to 9 pm


On July 21, 22 and 23, 2023 with PASSAGES INSOLITES festival (QC)

At Place de Paris in the Old Québec City, for the 10th édition of PASSAGES INSOLITES festival. Free.

> Fri, 4 to 10 pm

> Sat, 2 to 8 pm

> Sun, 2 to 8 pm




2023 tour

On July 25 2023 with the Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent (Rivière-du-loup, QC)

At Parc de la Pointe with Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent. Free. Relocated to Café culturel de la pointe in case of rain.

> Tue, 2 to 8 pm


On July 30-31 2023 with the City of Rimouski (QC)

In front of the Salle Desjardins-Telus. Free.

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm

> Mon, 12 to 6 pm


On August 4 2023 with the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (QC)

On the dock of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts. Free. Relocated inside Blanche Lamontagnne public library in case of rain.

> Fri, 3 to 8 pm


On August 5 2023 with the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (QC)

In front of Blanche-Lamontagne public library. Free. Relocated inside the library on case of rain.

> Sat, 3 to 8 pm


On August 8-9 2023 with the Musée Acadien du Québec (Bonaventure, QC)

Behind the Musée Acadien du Québec. Free. Relocated inside the Gospel Chapel in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/1421598955079926/1437177903522031

> Tue, 11 am to 5 pm

> Wed, 11 am to 5 pm


On August 10 2023 with the City of Chandler (QC)

On the terrace of Mich Café in Chandler. Free.

www.facebook.com/events/276526555107424

> Thu, 2 to 8 pm


On August 11 2023 with Route des Belvédères (Matapédia, QC)

At belvédère Cœur des Plateaux, in Saint-André-de-Restigouche. Free. Relocated under the gazebo of Camp de bûcherons in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/827602495650623

> Fri, 4 to 9 pm


On August 18-19 2023 with Compagnons de la mise en valeur du patrimoine vivant de Trois-Pistoles (QC)

In front of Maison du notaire, in Trois-Pistoles. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Fri, 4 to 10 pm

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm


On August 23, 24, 25 and 26, 2023, at Festival d'Aurillac (FRANCE)

In front of Émile Duclaux lyceum, in the Cour Québec (#55), at Festival international de théâtre de rue d’Aurillac. Free.

> Wed, 2 to 7 pm

> Thu, 2 to 7 pm

> Fri, 2 to 7 pm

> Sat, 2 to 7 pm


On September 16 and 17, 2023, with Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough (Montréal)

In front of the Maisonneuve library (Pie IX station). Free. Relocated inside of the library in case of rain.

www.facebook.com/events/685843316918677

> Sat, 12 to 5 pm

> Sun, 12 to 5 pm


On September 30 and October 1st, 2023, with the Phare culturel de Verchères (QC)

At park Jean-Marie Moreau, invited by the Phare culturel de Verchères. Free. Relocated at the Old Casern in case of rain.

> Sat, 10 am to 4 pm

> Sun, 10 am to 4 pm


On October 3, 4 and 5, 2023, with the City of Brossard (QC)

At the Centre socioculturel Alphonse-Lepage in Brossard, during the Semaine des Jeunes de cœur. Free.

> Tue, 9 am to 3 pm

> Wed, 9 am to 2 pm

> Thu, 9 am to 2 pm


On October 7 and 8, 2023, with the City of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (QC)

At Domaine Trinity, in front of Maison Epiphany. Free. Relocated inside of the Centre d'Art Trinity in case of rain.

> Sat, 11 am to 4 pm

> Sun, 11 am to 4 pm


From December 2022 to December 2025, with the City of Chambly - CHAIRS IN RESIDENCY

In the children's section of the Chambly library, at Pôle culturel de Chambly. Free.

ville.chambly.qc.ca/bercer-le-temps

> Mon to Sun, during library opening hours


From October 19, 2023, to April 21, 2024, with Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough (Montréal) - CHAIRS IN RESIDENCY

On the ground floor of Maisonneuve Library (Pie IX station), in the children's section. Free.

> Mon to Sun, during library opening hours




2024 card Montreal

On March 20, 2024 with the International Festival of Orality Ahoz Aho (BASQUE COUNTRY)

In front of the Kulturate, in Arrasate. Free. Relocated inside the library in case of rain.

> Wed, 6 pm to 8 pm


On March 23, 2024 with the International Festival of Orality Ahoz Aho (BASQUE COUNTRY)

In front of Auzo-Etxea Amarota, in Tolosa. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Sat, 12 to 2 pm


On May 12, 2024 at Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES AND LULLABIES

In front of the Maisonneuve Library (Pie IX station), for the 15th edition of the Festilou Festival. Free. Relocated inside of the library in case of rain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/379097328297852

> Sun, 10 am to 4 pm


On May 18, 2024 at Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES AND LULLABIES

At De Lorimier Park (Laurier station) for the 15th edition of the Festilou Festival. Free. Rescheduled on May 20 at Baldwin park in case of rain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/465516739307780/

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm



On May 19, 2024 at Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES AND LULLABIES

At Baldwin Park (Frontenac station) for the 15th edition of the Festilou Festival. Free. Rescheduled on Monday, May 20th, in case of rain.

https://www.facebook.com/events/465516745974446/

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm



On May 25, 2024 at Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES AND LULLABIES

At Outremont Park (Outremont station), for the 15th edition of the Festilou Festival. Free.

https://www.facebook.com/events/465516749307779/

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm<



On May 26, 2024 at Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES AND LULLABIES

At Faubourgs Park (Papineau station), for the 15th edition of the Festilou Festival. Free.

https://www.facebook.com/events/465516742641113/

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm<



On July 12, 2024, with the SDC de l’Avenue du Mont-Royal (Montreal)

At Compagnons-de-Saint-Laurent Park, for the RU event on Mont-Royal Avenue. Free.

> Fri, 3 pm to 8 pm


On July 14, 2024 at the festival Archipel (QC)

In front of Chapelle de la grève, for the Archipel Festival in Saint-Denis-De La Bouteillerie (Kamouraska). Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Sun, 2pm to 7pm


On July 7 and 8, 2024 with the City of Edmundston (NB)

At the City Hall place of Edmundston. Free. Relocated at Edmundston Convention Centre in case of rain.

> Tue, 2pm to 7pm

> Wed, 2pm to 7pm


On July 26 and 27, 2024 with the City of Shediac (NB)

At Pascal-Poirier park. Free. Relocated to the Festival Arena in case of rain.

> Fri, 3pm to 8pm

> Sat, 3pm to 8pm


On July 29 and 30, 2024 with the Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre (NB)

At Place 1604, in front of the Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Tue, 3pm to 8pm

> Wed, 3pm to 8 pm


On August 1st and 2nd, 2024 with the Founding Cultures Museum of Grande-Anse (NB)

In front of the Founding Cultures Museum. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Thu, hours to be confirmed

> Fri, hours to be confirmed


On August 3 and 4, 2024 for the Acadian Festival of Poetry of Caraquet (NB)

In front of Carrefour de la mer for the Acadian Festival of Poetry of Caraquet. Free. Relocated at the Information Center in case of rain.

> Sat, 11am to 5pm

> Sun, 11am to 5pm


On August 6, 2024 with the City of Carleton-sur-Mer (QC)

At Des Horizons park. Free. Relocated at the Quai des arts in case of rain.

> Tue, 3pm to 8pm


On August 7, 2024 with the City of Paspébiac (QC)

In front of the public library of Paspébiac. Free. Relocated under the terrace of the Cultural Center in case of rain.

> Wed, 2pm to 7pm


On August 9, 2024 with the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (QC)

In front of the Blanche-Lamontagne public library. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Fri, 3pm to 8pm


On August 10, 2024 with the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Monts (QC)

Behind the Société d'histoire de la Haute-Gaspésie. Free. Relocated inside of the Blanche-Lamontagne public library in case of rain.

> Sat, 3pm to 8pm


On August 15, 2024 for the National Acadian Day in Fredericton (NB)

In front of the Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne, for the National Acadian Day. Free. Relocated inside in case of rain.

> Thu, 3pm to 8:30pm


On August 16, 2024 for the Third Shift Festival in Saint John (NB)

At King's Square, for the THIRD SHIFT Festival. Free. Relocated at Saint John's City Market in case of rain.

> Fri, 7pm to midnight


On August 31, 2024, with Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles (QC)

In front of the Sanctuary of Reparation to the Sacred Heart and of Saint Padre Pio. Free.

> Sat, 10 am to 3 pm


On September 14, 2024, with Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES and LULLABIES

At Des Hirondelles Park, with Festilou Festival. Free.

> Sat, 12 to 6 pm


On September 15, 2024, with the City of Blainville (Qc)

At Des Semailles park. Free.

> Sun, 11 am to 5 pm


On September 21, 2024, with Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES and LULLABIES

At La Fontaine Park, with Festilou Festival. Free.

> Sat, 12 à 5 pm


On September 22, 2024, with Festilou Festival (Montreal) - STORIES and LULLABIES

At Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier Park, with Festilou Festival. Free.

> Sun, 12 to 6 pm


On September 28, 2024, with the Centre d'art de Richmond (QC)

In front of the Centre d'art de Richmond. Free.

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm


On September 29, 2024, with the Phare culturel de Verchères (QC)

At park Jean-Marie Moreau, invited by the Phare culturel de Verchères. Free. Relocated at the Old Casern in case of rain.

> Sat, 11 am to 5 pm


Photos

Near the Atwater market with DARE-DARE on September 2-5, 2016



At the Parc des Faubourgs with the Escales Improbables de Montréal on Septembre 13-18, 2016



At the Terrasses Roy (Plateau Mont-Royal) on September 1-2, 2017



At the Baldwin Park (Plateau Mont-Royal) on September 3-4, 2017



Other photos from 2017-2022 will be posted here during the fall 2023.

Bios

Creating poetic spaces that reflect community challenges in contemporary society, BERCEURS DU TEMPS mix artistic mediums – dance, theatre, performance, sound and visual arts – around the idea of voice as a relationship vector. Founded in 2016 by choreographer Sarah Dell’Ava and dramaturg Ilya Krouglikov, the company aims to bring art to citizens in an unpredictable and diverted fashion, to revisit our relationship to time and to the beauty of the world. Participatory, intergenerational and inclusive, its projects seek to fulfill the creative potential of each individual in a dynamic of openness to oneself, to others and to the environment. Following BERCER LE TEMPS / LULLING TIME installation, still touring after more than 150 performances over six years, they value sharing, heritage and transmission through co-creation and cultural mediation initiatives with the youth and the elderly.


* * *

Sarah Dell’Ava develops a multidisciplinary approach of the body through dance, visual arts and singing. Her projects explore the question of the origin of the movement, namely in Dans les plis (2012), Oriri (2013) and Orir (2016). Engaging in a dialogue with the community, her research takes shape through residencies, mediation activities and workshops with intergenerational groups.

In 2016 Sarah takes part in initiatives by Emmanuel Jouthe (Écoute pour voir, Et si on dansait) and prepares together with Ilya Krouglikov an installation on lullabies, all of those promoting art to invigorate human bonds. Most recently, she co-founded Espace Oriri, a place dedicated to spontaneous expression for young and old, where creativity connects interiority and relationship.

www.sarahdellava.org


* * *

Ilya Krouglikov has been developing an undisciplined approach to performing arts for more than ten years, with a particular attention to composition and rhythm. Trained as a mathematician, he believes in meaningful and inventive structures open to the urges of the present. As a dramaturg, he accompanies various creative processes in dance, theatre and performance art, namely alongside Sarah Dell'Ava, Eduardo Ruiz Vergara, Aurélie Pedron, Sonia Bustos and Les sœurs Schmutt. An experienced fencer, Ilya carries this body language over to dance. As a performer, he works with choreographers and visual artists Bettina Hoffman and Pé Vermeersch (Belgium). Together with the choreographer Eduardo Ruiz Vergara he creates and performs the duet Eyes of Ceres presented at the MAI (Montreal, arts interculturels, 2014) and at Mains d'Œuvres (Paris, 2015).

Artistic codirector at BERCEURS DU TEMPS and committed creator, he promotes slowness and contemplation through participatory works in public space — such as the sound installation Lulling Time, a living archive of lullabies of the world, touring parks and squares of Greater Montreal since summer 2017. Ilya is involved in several co-creation and cultural mediation projects. In 2021, for instance, he gives the spark to Mamie Remix, an initiative that invites high school students to create tender rap music based on poems chosen by seniors.


* * * guest artist * * *

Wolfram Sander is a trained carpenter with a degree in applied theatre studies from Giessen University in Germany. After completing his thesis on vocal strategies in contemporary theatre and performance, he works as sound and light designer, performer, director, musician and technical director and dramaturge. In 2008, he assists Heiner Goebbels for a staged concert I went to the house but did not enter featuring the renowed Hilliard Ensemble. Since then, he regularly collaborates with various artists and collectives, namely with Rimini Protokoll, touring throughout Europe, Asia and North America. Wolfram continuously pursues his own artistic creations at the crossroads of sound art, staged concerts, performance and installation which have been presented in Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Mexico and Canada.

A short-term job as an associate producer with the Ruhrtriennale in 2012 brings him closer to the production field the arts. Between 2013 and 2020, he leads the artistic production team at the international Festival Theaterformen based in Hanover and Brunswick (Germany). More recently Wolfram joins the HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts in Dresden as programme director in theatre and dance for the 2020-21 season.



Sound Archive

A full database with more than 2000 lullabies
recorded from the beginning of the project in 2016
will be available on this page in the winter 2024.



HEBDODO #1
March 25, 2020





HEBDODO #2
April 1st, 2020





HEBDODO #3
April 8, 2020





HEBDODO #4
April 15, 2020





HEBDODO #5
April 22, 2020





HEBDODO #6
April 29, 2020





HEBDODO #7
May 6, 2020



Contact

info@berceursdutemps.ca

514 489-7958

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