WWKA performed at the train station in Sudbury. I founded this feminist project in 1998 in Montreal.
35 experimental artists
3 days of on-site production
17 freight containers transformed into artworks
Expect the unexpected at the Fair of Alternative Art of Sudbury
Greater Sudbury, April 22 2010 – Downtown Sudbury’s Via Rail station will become a large-scale experimental art gallery during the second annual Fair of Alternative Art of Sudbury (FAAS), to be held from May 6th to 8th from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The theme of this year’s festival is the exploration of relationships between people and landscapes.
Thirty-five visual artists and writers from Sudbury and across Canada will present works created on site, ranging from performance art to audio, visual and video installations. These artists are invited by Sudbury’s Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario in collaboration with ten other galleries in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.
Danielle Tremblay, director
Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario