Changes at the opening of the MBAS
The passage of Estrie in the orange zone Thursday forced the organizers of the next opening of the Museum of Fine Arts of Sherbrooke (MBAS) to review their program.
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Steve Bergeron La Tribune The passage of Estrie in the orange zone Thursday forced the organizers of the next opening of the Museum of Fine Arts of Sherbrooke (MBAS) to review their program. Given the smaller number of people allowed inside the museum (25 instead of 50), visits were spaced out over the afternoon rather than over a three-hour period previously. The public will therefore be able to arrive every hour, between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m., as well as at 5:30 p.m. on October 1. This is an autonomous visit, limited in time, with reservation required on the MBAS website. Free entry.
The establishment has prepared two new installations for the fall, De-Constructions , by José Luis Torres, and Latitude 16 , by Steve Heimbecker.
However, the organizers had to cancel the official inauguration of the outdoor installation La clairière by José Luis Torres, in the evening, at Queen's Square in Lennoxville. The presence of turntables supposes that the public could have danced, which is strictly prohibited at the moment by public health.