In order to enliven our gallery space during this unusual year, and to compensate for the fact that we were unable to hold an exhibition featuring the work of our Basic Techniques students in 2020, we would like to invite our students to participate in an exhibition that will take place in our gallery space from May 5 – 31. This invitation is open to all students enrolled in the Basic Techniques program in the Spring 2019, Fall 2019 and/or Winter 2020 semesters, as well as to those enrolled in the multi-level courses offered since the Summer of 2020 in replacement of our regular programs.
Please submit one or two pieces of your choice, which were completed between April 2019 and March 2021, as part of the Basic Techniques or Multi-Level courses.
Students attending the spring semester: Delivery of pieces at the school store
Former students depositing their pieces at the ÉJM: delivery of pieces at the reception desk
You must hand in your pieces before Friday, April 30, 2021, making sure to fill out the technical form which you will have received from your teacher or which you can access here (other forms will be available at the store if you have not filled it out beforehand). Large bags will also be available, into which you will have to slip your jewellery and the form (if the size allows it, you can use one bag per person, so two pieces of jewellery and forms can be placed in the same bag). If your jewellery comes in a box, make sure it is identified with your name.
Your pieces will be on display until May 31, and you will be able to pick them up as of June 1, at the reception desk.
Unfortunately there will be no opening or gala due to sanitary measures.
There will be no categories or jurying this year either, we just wanted to give you the opportunity to show your work and celebrate your achievements in a more informal manner. We hope to be able to start hosting our usual gala events again next year!
For all questions, please contact Marie-Eve G. Castonguay via email at email@example.com
We are looking forward to discovering your works!