"The theme of the exhibition selected by Laure Waridel reflects our idea of sustainable and balanced development and is in keeping with Frelighsburg's nature," said Jean Lévesque, mayor of Frelighsburg.
"Centre Adélard thanks Loto-Québec for its unfailing commitment, which helps us further our mission of facilitating interactions between artists and citizens through free exhibitions such as this one. We also want to express our appreciation to Laure Waridel who, drawing from Collection Loto-Québec's works, provides us with a window on our relationship with nature, said Sébastien Barangé, Co-founder and President of Centre Adélard.
About the Collection Loto-Québec
Since 1979, Loto-Québec has been supporting Québec's creative scene and contributing to bringing local culture closer to everyone. The collection of almost 5,000 works by over 1,200 artists is made accessible so that as many people as possible can enjoy art, particularly via cultural journeys in its gaming establishments, loans to healthcare establishments and exhibitions. Since 2015, Loto-Québec has also developed seven public cultural projects that combine art, environment and community in Saint-Jérôme, Rouyn-Noranda, Jonquière, Mont-Tremblant, Sherbrooke, La Malbaie and Gatineau.