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Rémi Belliveau

Rémi Belliveau is an Acadian interdisciplinary artist and musician from Memramcook, NB, an Acadian settlement in Mi’kma’ki, the traditional territory of the Mi’kmaq. Since 2012, his work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the Maritimes. He is the former co-director of Moncton’s Galerie Sans Nom and has taught as a sessional instructor at the Université de Moncton. Belliveau currently lives and works on the Kanien’kehá:ka territory of Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang, commonly referred to as Montreal.
Lost Classics of Acadian Disco and Rock ’n’ Roll

Lost Classics of Acadian Disco and Rock ’n’ Roll

A tour though a midcentury collection of Acadian music celebrates a unique culture while questioning an archive, one both fortified and fictional

Deuxième Déportation

Deuxième Déportation

Five decades after Kouchibouguac, Acadian artists bring attention to an ongoing story of expropriation ignored by most of Canada.

Bruler l’image: How Screenprinting Manifests in Contemporary Acadian Art

Bruler l’image: How Screenprinting Manifests in Contemporary Acadian Art

Moncton has been called a “screenprinting city”—and given the role of this technique in contemporary Acadian art since 1969, that’s no mistake.