4 jazz guitarists to discover at the CCFM in April

La crème de la crème of Winnipeg’s jazz guitarists are coming to the CCFM this month to play at Mardi Jazz.


April 2: Keith Price


Winnipeg-based guitarist and Mardi Jazz regular guest Keith Price will present his new band project, TRIO ANTIPODES, on April 2 at the CCFM. Keith, along with his bandmates Jeff Presslaff (piano) and Graydon Cramer (drums), will play new material from their debut album!


April 9: Jocelyn Gould


New-York based jazz guitarist Jocelyn Gould is coming back to her native Manitoba and will play an unique show at the CCFM on April 9. She cites Grant Green, Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery and Joe Pass as primary influences of the instrument. In August, 2018, Jocelyn won 1st place in the Wilson International Jazz Guitar Competition.


April 16: Laurent Roy


Exceptional guitarist and regular guest of our Mardi Jazz nights, Laurent Roy will be back in Antoine-Gaborieau hall on Tuesday April 16!


April 30: Marco Castillo


Nobody can put sunshine into your heart like the Brazilian-born guitarist. You’ll be seduced by his approach of Latin Jazz, inspired by Bossa Nova as well as Samba and Funk. An invitation to dance and/or chill!

A night of arts at the CCFM

Two exhibitions will be unveiled to the public on March 14 at 340 Provencher blvd.


At 6 pm
CCFM Art Gallery

Véronique Doucet (Rouyn-Noranda, Québec)
Slowing Down Time

It begins with photographs of waste and objects abandoned on the roadside. Forgotten things that we don’t even notice anymore, although they say a lot about our lifestyle and its consequences.
It’s these “moments of truth”, as she calls them, that Véronique Doucet captures and magnifies. The artist from Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) impregnates her photographs with her bright-coloured painting, in a process she describes as a symbolic decontamination of a nature devastated by men.


At 7 pm
Théâtre Cercle Molière’s patio

Aurélia Bizouard (Vancouver, BC)
Aurora Civitas

For Aurélia Bizouard, glass is a metaphor for life. This material is at the core of her artistic process, through which she projects all sorts of lights. Her works create immersive and interactive experiences, that transform a ordinary object into a source of contemplation. That way, the artist is making us wonder about our relationships to others and our environment.



On March 6, let’s talk about art

Oeuvres en contexte : Art extérieur éphémère


What is ephemeral public art? What kinds of challenges does it bring up? How to design a work that will survive the weather?

All these questions and many others will be addressed in this discussion, that will revolve around the themes of public art and the context of outside presentation. Several Winnipeg contributors, such as Eduardo Aquino (Cool Gardens), Stéphane Dorge (Cool Streets) or Alexandra Keim (Nuit Blanche) will discuss the issues in a bilingual discussion moderated by Émilie Lemay.

This discussion will be followed by a workshop by artist-in-residence Aurélia Bizouard (Vancouver). Her projections of lights and paintings on glass invite us to take a new look at the places we live in collectively.

Come to take part in the discussion!


  • Oeuvres en contexte : Art extérieur éphémère,Wednesday March 6, 7 pm, CCFM Art Gallery