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I was very happy to be back in Montreal after my first visit there around 6.5 years earlier. At that time I was enjoying record snow falls not seen in 50 years, this time it was spring! :)
May curious passers-by walked in since the gallery had window frontage onto a semi-busy street.
I was very happy to have a sexologist Josée Leboeuf, B.A., M.A. come and speak at the opening night :)
A couple of days before the opening I was interviewed by a new quarterly women’s mag, Magazine Muses, and they got an article online the next day.
And now, a week after the exhibition there closed a review come out in LaPresse, one of the largest newspapers in Montreal :)
On top of that, on the last day of the exhibition a TV station came in to record for one of their episodes. It’s a new series which follows a man and a woman (they are stars in Montreal apparently) who explore various aspects of sexuality. That episode was about the body. Was great to be a part of it and I’m really looking forward to the outcome.
Last but not least I have to say that the gallery owners of Le repaire des 100 talents, Luc and Adeleine, were very gracious and supportive hosts. I’m very grateful for all their support.
And here’s a few photos as usual :)
Yesterday I was interviewed by Josiane of Magazine Muses. They are a new French quarterly print publication for women distributed mainly in Quebec province.
Today they posted the article online and I used an online translation app to help me read it; Josiane’s English is much better than my French. It must be difficult for journalists to condense a conversation down into an article. We spoke about many related things and it was from her that I learned that there is no longer any dedicated sex education in French speaking schools in Montreal (she didn’t know about the English speaking schools). I was stunned!
I thought there was a global trend towards better, more comprehensive sex education, so to hear that a place as progressive as Montreal was going backwards in this field was disturbing. But that’s another story!
Below is her story about 101 Vagina.