For a while now, ATSA has been questioning the economic dimension of its interventions, including branding, spin-off products, and a way to perpetuate its urban interventions through the object. In a broader perspective, "is the economy an unavoidable topic in art when it depends so fundamentally on public financing?"
Presented from February 22 nd to 25th 2006, as part of the multidisciplinary art festival Vasistas. ATSA invites you to exchange ideas and dollars in its small corner store, set up in the cafe of the Théâtre La Chapelle, and to discuss these fundamental issues during a meeting moderated by Richard Simas.
Opening hours of Le Dépanneur (free)
Feb. 23: 5 to 8 PM
Feb. 24: 5 to 8 PM and 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Feb. 25: 3 to 8 PM, and
from 9:30 PM to 10:30 PM: grand closing sale, with François Gourd : Everything must go!
Théâtre La Chapelle – 3700, St. Dominique Street – Montreal – 514.843.7738
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
5 to 7: Grand opening of Le Dépanneur – IAMDJSYLVIE and drinks! - Free
7 PM: Pierre Allard and Annie Roy invite you to the showing of a selection of ATSA movies, followed at 7:30 PM by a discussion on "L’enjeu économique au coeur de la création", with the distinguished guests:
Mark Lanctôt, Directeur de l'AGAC
Bastien Gilbert, Directeur du RACCQ
Suzanne Bilodeau,experte en gestion des arts
Admission: $ 7