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News Release

Party with the Artists - Artists in Style
February 23, 2006

February 23, 2006-An evening of exploration and creativity awaits the Community, as the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts/School of Fine Arts open it’s doors. On Thursday, February 23, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., Montrealers are invited to the Hall of Honor and Kellert Hall (5170 Côte St. Catherine) to view, discuss and imagine the world of artists.

Our “Party with the Artists” will speak to the professionalism of the artists who instruct at the School of Fine Arts. Learn about their careers, as well as their mediums in which they work. Representing the faculty will be: Claudine Ascher, Kathleen Girard, Annette Wolfsten-Joseph, Camilla Clarizio, Jean Louis Émond, Paolo Vena, Julie Longval, Lisa Waite and Michele Lavoie.

In addition to learning about the School’s multidisciplinary nature, you may be eligible to win a FREE Adult Course at the School of Fine Arts. Simply fill out a ballot to ensure your name gets entered. Every guest who attends will receive a complimentary certificate entitling them to a discount on any of the courses offered by the School of Fine Arts and Youth Institute.

Professional Montreal artists await you at the School of Fine Arts. Learn from these artists as they share their knowledge with you. Our non-competitive environment ensures creativity and self-expression for individuals of all ages and abilities. Join the multitude of students who have become acquainted with the School of Fine Arts’ vast offering of fine arts programs; you’ll be happy you did!

Admission is free! For more information on the School of Fine Arts/Youth Institute, please contact Susan Apter, Director, at (514) 739-2301, ext. 320.

Since 1967, the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts has been a vibrant arena for the performing and visual arts in Montréal. Reflecting the city’s dynamic multicultural community, it is one of Quebec’s best-known multidisciplinary centres and a special place for emerging and established artists and their audiences.

Originally a gift of the Bronfman children to the community in honor of their mother, an avid art lover, the Centre upholds this tradition of supporting the arts and education. In its quest for excellence, the Centre provides Montrealers with opportunities to explore the arts and to discover the rewards of creative expression through outstanding, educational and cultural programs in the Theatre, School of Fine Arts, Art Gallery, Yiddish Theatre and the Youth Institute.

The Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts is a branch of the YM-YWHA Montreal Jewish Community Centres.