International Symposium of sculpture of Saint-Georges
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International Symposium of sculpture of Saint-Georges 

11121, 1st avenue
Saint-Georges (Qc), Canada
G5Y 2B9
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International Symposium of sculpture of Saint-Georges - Chaudière-Appalaches
Beauce Art has the mandate to promote sculpture through the presentation of the works of 10 sculptors per year who will create monumental art works in Saint-Georges. This event will be held for 10 consecutive years. Beauce Art is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to present an annual 3-week international sculpture project. Begun in 2014, the event spans a period of ten years and is sponsored by the O.I.F.(Organisation internationale de la francophonie). The project will end in 2023 and will permanently leave its mark by offering a heritage to its community, a museum trail consisting of 100 sculptures, serving as an urban decor in the city center, covering a circuit easily accessible free to the general public.

International Symposium of sculpture of Saint-Georges
Canceled in 2020 / 2021 dates to be announced (May - June)
11121, 1st avenue
Saint-Georges (Qc), Canada
G5Y 2B9

 
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