ANISIPI will present two exhibitions of banners that illustrate the cultural and artistic heritage of the Abitibiwinni Nation.
The first exhibition will highlight twelve (12) water-related objects originating from the region. The illustrations on the banners will be accompanied by their names in the Anicinape language.
The second exhibition will feature six (6) artworks, each evoking one of the six seasons of the Algonquin calendar as imagined by Carlos Kistabish, a visual artist from the community of Pikogan.
These vivid and colorful banners will be posted in a prominent place in front of the Centre d’exposition d’Amos.
These exhibitions reflect the key role that the First Peoples, namely the Abitibiwinni Nation, play in our society.
Downtown Amos and in front of the Centre d’exposition d’AmosGoogle map
These banners, vivid and colorful, will be posted in front of the Centre d’exposition d’Amos.more
A selection of some thirty quotes engraved on aluminum plates will adorn the façade of businesses in downtown Amos.more
Come visit the lair of the man who spoke with wolves. Discover species that are characteristic of the Abitibi region while listening to animal songs, sounds and calls. Learn about your role in maintaining the fragile balance between humans and nature.more
Under the tee-pee, discover the faces of the community of Pikogan who bring to life this site. Join the circle and listen to the reflections of the people who walked on the water.more
A sculpture comes alive in a ballet of light and takes you back in time, to the formation of lac Beauchamp, an awesome legacy of retreating glaciers. Renew with this splendid setting but precious and fragile natural resource of exceptionally clear water.more
Explore the depths of the municipal well through a unique immersive experience. A striking choreography of sound and light invites you to follow the course of the underground river that runs through the esker, where water is of exceptional quality.more
The circuit of artistic fountains is a very pleasant way to discover sixteen communities of the vast Amos-Harricana region.more
Discover three covered bridgesdedicated to the builders of our region; soon they will be among your favorite spots for picnics with family, your loved one or friends.more
Amidst the Harricana forest, some 6 km from St-Mathieu-d’Harricana, the trails of this beautiful site leads to a spring water source.more