Ms. Blais states that the Espace bleu, which will take place in Vieux-Palais d’Amos, will retain the Beaux-Arts style of the old building while expanding it.
It is a new building added next to the old palace. There will be multimedia rooms, two beautiful large exhibition halls and also a catering venue to discover our regional products.as you say.
Suzanne Place made the announcement on behalf of the Minister of Culture and Communications, Mathieu Lacombe, who was absent from the press conference. Remember that the latter is also the minister responsible for Abitibi-Témiscamingue.
Announced in August 2021, the Espace bleu de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue is set to open in the summer of 2025. The cultural heritage of Abitibi-Témiscamingue to be exhibited remains unknown at this time.
It’s a surprise openingMrs. Bliss points out.
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Pleased with the selection of Vieux-Palais by the Quebec government, the mayor of Amos, Sebastien d’Estus, believes that citizens are freeing themselves from the burden of
It is a building that still needs a lot of renovations. Over the past few years, we’ve put in a lot of it. The fact remains that for a city of 14,000 residents like Amos, this city was not insignificant, we had to invest moneyMentionsed.
Mayor D’Astous believes that Espace bleu, which is scheduled to start operating next fall, will benefit the citizens of his municipality.
It is the government that will have to manage the infrastructure, but the fact remains that our cultural organizations are. It is us who will live out of the blue space and will be able to take advantage of it to make the history of Abitibi-Témiscamingue better known.Mr. D’Astous confirms.
Les Espaces bleus is a network of museums announced by the Government of Quebec in August 2021.
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