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No pets allowed
Open year round 2020 Summer season (July 3rd to mid-September): every day, from 9 am to 5 pm.
Adult: $7 Student: $5 Children under 12: Free Family: $18
Faces & Landscapes - Permanent exhibition
Discover the history, the heritage and the people who build it in this new permanent exhibition, thanks to 500 old photographs from the photographers who have left their mark in our region
April 23 to June 27, 2021: Paysages en devenir, by Émilie Rondeau
In spring 2021, sowing season comes into its own within the walls of the Musée. Using natural materials such as seeds, play on scale and interplay of shadows and colourful lights, the Lower St. Lawrence artist Émilie Rondeau creates unique installations. While exploring from a bird's-eye view or from underground, you will feel your senses stimulated by the scent of organic materials in the air and the experimentation with textures and colours. Characterized by their inviting familiarity and surprising inventiveness, the installations allow for free circulation in order to appreciate the richness of the surrounding agricultural territory.
July 8 to September 26, 2021: Rita Letendre, Lignes de force
The travelling exhibition Rita Letendre. Lignes de force highlights the artist's hard edge period and that which became her well-known signature design, the iridescent arrow. Discover a prolific artist who left her mark on Québec's abstract art field.
July 8 to September 26, 2021: Objets de nouveau, by Geneviève Thibault; and Entre deux marées, by Caroline Bolieu
These satellite exhibitions were created as part of the 10th Rencontre photographique du Kamouraska, an event organized by the Centre d'art du Kamouraska.