L'enfant qui avait des poux : plus de 600 spectacteurs!

L'enfant qui avait des poux : plus de 600 spectacteurs!

Durant la deuxième semaine d'ateliers, les jeunes du groupe [email protected] découvrent de nouvelles techniques de cirque et travaillent leurs talents en théâtre avec nos artiste-intervenants Cyril Assathiany et Emmanuel Cyr. On sent qu'ils sont fébriles et excités à l'idée de présenter un spectacle!

 

 

 

Les jeunes lors d'une répétition (c) Mélanie Lumsden @Exeko

 

 

 

 

 

Entre temps, les jeunes du secondaire 2 et 3 se rassemblent avec la professeure d'art, Marie-Ève Gagnon pour créer les décors et la toile de fond. Le résultat est remarquable!

 

 

 

 

 

Artistes du secondaire 2 et 3 (c) Mélanie [email protected]

 

 

 

Plus que deux jours avant le spectacle et le groupe Trickster répète toutes les scènes de la pièce de théâtre! La narration du conte sera présentée en innu et en français. Le spectacle est basé sur un conte traditionnel bien connu par la communauté : ''L'enfant qui avait des poux''.

 

 

Adèle Bellefleur, la conteuse (c) Mélanie Lumsden

 

 

 

 

La veille du spectacle, en discutant avec le groupe, une participante nous partage ses impressions : ''On a appris à affronter nos peurs. Je n'aurai jamais pensé pouvoir faire ça un jour!''

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C'est en trois temps que les talentueux jeunes du groupe [email protected] ont présenté leur spectacle jeudi dernier.  Ils ont eu droit à un accueil chaleureux, une vague d'applaudissements et à des regards émerveillés de leurs premiers spectateurs ; des élèves du primaire et les touts petits du Centre de la petite enfance. Puis, en début d'après-midi, ils ont présenté leur spectacle devant les jeunes de l'École Roger-Martineau (située à Natashquan), puis, finalement devant toute la communauté.     Un public conquis! (c) Mélanie Lumsden @Exeko
Plus de 600 personnes; enfants, amis et familles se sont joint au public! L’excitation et la nervosité des jeunes avant leur première apparition s’est transformée en fierté dès les premiers applaudissements! 
  Les jeunes participants (c) Germaine Mesténapéo Quelle expérience émouvante! Nous sommes tous impressionnés par le cheminement de ces jeunes. Avant notre départ, la directrice de l'école, Estelle Kaltush me confie : ''On a vu les jeunes s'épanouir à travers ce projet. C'est absolument formidable!''  
Découvrez la dernière escale de Trickster en nation Innue sur notre flickr !
exeko.org/trickster
 
 
 

C'est avec grand plaisir que nous accueillons deux nouvelles administratrices au Conseil d’Administration d’Exeko : Dinah et Tonia.

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  • « By engaging with people on a deep level, we see Exeko reinvigorating individual spirit to rebuild society in a new way. Exeko's work is not about small projects, but about achieving full social inclusion at a systemic level. [...] we believe that Exeko will reach a level of systemic impact with Quebec, Canada and the world within 5-10 years. »

    Elisha Muskat, Executive Director, Ashoka Canada

  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups. »

    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)

  • «  I write my thoughts in my head, not on paper, and my thought is not lost. »

    Participant @PACQ

  • « Why use paper when it is as beautiful as this? »

    One of the co-creator for Métissage Urbain

  • « I Have my own identity ! »

    Putulik, Inuit participant, Métissage Urbain

  • « It is terrible for a society to ignore people with such talent! »

    Hélène-Elise Blais, les Muses about ART and ID projects

  • « Art has the advantage to make people talk about abilities rather than limitations, when confronted with an intellectual disability.  »

    Delphine Ragon, Community Programs Manager, Les Compagnons de Montréal

  • « Over the past few years, we have been seeing more and more high quality productions by people with an intellectual disability who truly are artists.  »

    Julie Laloire @AMDI

  • « Exeko implements creative solutions to several problematic, gives a voice to those we don't hear and hope to the underprivileged. »

    Bulletin des YMCA

  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups. »

    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)

  • « ...empowering the children, and giving them confidence »

    APTN National News

  • « It’s a great program for children to learn about their traditions and to increase their interaction with Elders in the community. »

    Erika Eagle, Social Development Assistant with Waswanipi Brighter Future

  • « We are not higher, we are not lower, we are equal. »

    Simeoni, participant idAction Mobile

  • « Receving is good, but giving is better »

    Participant [email protected]

  • « They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work. »

    Participant, [email protected] Bonneau

  • « What better way to strengthen intergenerational ties? [...] A meeting between peers, a place for expression, learning and recovery »

    Chantal Potvin, reporter at Innuvelle

  • «  I don't know everything, but while reading it, it always bring me one step closer »

    A participant, idAction Mobile

  • «  By engaging with people on a deep level, we see Exeko reinvigorating individual spirit to rebuild society in a new way. Exeko's work is not about small projects, but about achieving full social inclusion at a systemic level. [...] we believe that Exeko will reach a level of systemic impact with Quebec, Canada and the world within 5-10 years. »

    Elisha Muskat, Executive Director, Ashoka Canada

  • «  ...empowering the children, and giving them confidence »

    APTN National News

  • «  I was completely alone today, thanks for talking to me »

    Elie, participant @idAction Mobile

  • «  They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work. »

    Participant, [email protected] Bonneau

  • «  Today, the power acquired through knowledge is more far-reaching than knowledge itself. »

    André Frossard

  • « By engaging with people on a deep level, we see Exeko reinvigorating individual spirit to rebuild society in a new way. Exeko's work is not about small projects, but about achieving full social inclusion at a systemic level. [...] we believe that Exeko will reach a level of systemic impact with Quebec, Canada and the world within 5-10 years.»
    Elisha Muskat, Executive Director, Ashoka Canada
  • « Exeko implements creative solutions to several problematic, gives a voice to those we don't hear and hope to the underprivileged.»
    Bulletin des YMCA
  • « Over the past few years, we have been seeing more and more high quality productions by people with an intellectual disability who truly are artists. »
    Julie Laloire @AMDI
  • « Art has the advantage to make people talk about abilities rather than limitations, when confronted with an intellectual disability. »
    Delphine Ragon, Community Programs Manager, Les Compagnons de Montréal
  • « It is terrible for a society to ignore people with such talent!»
    Hélène-Elise Blais, les Muses about ART and ID projects
  • « I Have my own identity !»
    Putulik, Inuit participant, Métissage Urbain
  • « Why use paper when it is as beautiful as this?»
    One of the co-creator for Métissage Urbain
  • « I write my thoughts in my head, not on paper, and my thought is not lost.»
    Participant @PACQ
  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups.»
    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)
  • « Its goal? To develop reasoning, critical thinking, logic, and increase citizen participation of these marginalized groups.»
    Caroline Monpetit, Le Devoir (free translation)
  • « Today, the power acquired through knowledge is more far-reaching than knowledge itself.»
    André Frossard
  • « They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work.»
    Participant, [email protected] Bonneau
  • « They're both people. We're not looking enough after people with problems, and mostly with mental health issues. Then we would have more people able to work.»
    Participant, [email protected] Bonneau
  • « We are not higher, we are not lower, we are equal.»
    Simeoni, participant idAction Mobile
  • « I was completely alone today, thanks for talking to me»
    Elie, participant @idAction Mobile
  • « Receving is good, but giving is better»
    Participant [email protected]
  • « What better way to strengthen intergenerational ties? [...] A meeting between peers, a place for expression, learning and recovery»
    Chantal Potvin, reporter at Innuvelle
  • «  ...empowering the children, and giving them confidence»
    APTN National News
  • « By engaging with people on a deep level, we see Exeko reinvigorating individual spirit to rebuild society in a new way. Exeko's work is not about small projects, but about achieving full social inclusion at a systemic level. [...] we believe that Exeko will reach a level of systemic impact with Quebec, Canada and the world within 5-10 years.»
    Elisha Muskat, Executive Director, Ashoka Canada
  • « It’s a great program for children to learn about their traditions and to increase their interaction with Elders in the community.»
    Erika Eagle, Social Development Assistant with Waswanipi Brighter Future
  • « ...empowering the children, and giving them confidence»
    APTN National News