From February 3 to 7, she had the opportunity to make prints and experiment with digital photography at the art-centric location.
Beaulac is the second Concordia graduate to stay at the Sagamie Art Centre in 2014. Carole Baillargeon, MFA 96 and BFA 86, also held a weeklong residency at the centre.
While in residency, artists have access to the centre’s labs and access to a technician who helps artists realize their creative visions. “The residency was a chance for me to push my practice forward and develop new work through research and testing new things,” says Beaulac.
Hundreds of artists from Canada and abroad apply to Sagamie for residency each year. Only 40 are selected. “The value is over $1,000, so it is really sought after,” says Beaulac.