Exhibitions

The Marché Bonsecours welcomed our students for their final exhibition!

This summer, our students had the opportunity to present their final projects to the general public in the heart of the Old Port of Montreal.
A spacious hall showcasing a vibrant exhibition of student projects and interactive displays.

To conclude their academic journey at the College, our Photography graduates organized a visual arts exhibition at the Marché Bonsecours to present their schoolwork to family, friends, and the customers of the Old Port, all of whom were happy to enjoy an ephemeral exhibition worthy of a museum!

They invited fashion, graphic design, video game, and interior design students to join them in presenting a large multidisciplinary exhibition, taking place on two floors.

An exhibition space filled with a tapestry of artistic posters reflecting student innovation.

The exhibition, located at the same place as the famous World Press Photo exhibition and held for 2 days, also served as a vernissage day and graduation celebration for the students. Our Photography teacher, Mélanie Bellemare, even offered a culinary photography demonstration.

Of course, we would like to acknowledge the superb work of our Photography teacher, Annie Rossano, and her students, for having orchestrated the entire organization of this great event! It was definitely a great opportunity for the students to organize such an event and to plan and promote it.

A group of smiling people posing together at a photo studio setup, capturing happy memories.

More photos of the event:

An individual observes a display of architectural and interior design projects, showcasing innovation and style. A fashion mannequin adorned in a dark, intricate gown stands before a gallery of diverse art portraits. Elegant traditional and modern outfits on display in a fashion exhibit with artistic photography in the background. Photographic exhibition capturing the essence of public demonstration and the spirit of protest. A striking visual narrative on identity and self-perception through contrasting imagery. Two powerful portraits showcasing the beauty of confidence and cultural heritage. Students immerse in game design and development in a state-of-the-art gaming lab.

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