HYPERART is an ephemeral and immersive multidisciplinary campus which blends music, visual art, digital art, drag, and dance in the heart of Saint-Boniface.

The Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain and the Théâtre Cercle Molière are transformed to welcome a multitude of artists and dynamic installations under the artistic direction of the Franco-Manitoban artist Rayannah.

In collaboration with the Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival, HYPERART presents ambitious programming supported by Sākihiwē Festival, Urban Shaman Gallery, Patterns Collective, Sunshine House, le 100 Nons and le Conseil Jeunesse Provincial.  

Explore the indoor and outdoor spaces of 340 Provencher, flooded with sound, colour, movement, and light.

Discover an effervescence of artists from here and away in new contexts and unsuspected collaborations.

Uncover the eclectic and vibrant world of HYPERART.



Date :

September 24th, 2022

Location :

340 Provencher

Price :




CCFM Jean-Paul Aubry / Théâtre Cercle Molière | 7 pm – 1 am

Two theater spaces mirror one another with towers of light and colour where you’ll catch improvised performances interspersed throughout the night. In one, find Henry Onwuchekwa performing continuous melodic grooves and rhythms. In the other, sink into ethereal vocal textures by Sala, Andrina Turenne and Claire Morrison. 

Wander through these sparse and surprising environments to experience these live performances from different vantage points.

VOX : 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm –  9:45 pm

HENRY ONWUCHEKWA : 8:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain / Théâtre Cercle Molière | 7 pm to 1 am

Meander through the hallways of the campus buildings transformed by soundscapes, light and visuals. Take in rich and vibrant projections by media artist Stephanie Kuse (Sckuse) paired with soundscapes by Franco-Manitoban artist Rayannah featuring special guests toulouz, mountain.seed and domo11. 

Art Gallery of the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain 

Fall into Caro LaFlamme’s exhibition Silicon(n)e which combines three interconnected but distinct series by LaFlamme that explore common themes of consumer anxiety, feminist parody, ephemerality, and the mundane. Using self-portraiture, abstraction, and minimalist sculpture, LaFlamme invites the viewer to share in her visceral vulnerability.

TCM parking lot

Enjoy DJ, Drag and dance performances flush with colour, light and projections intertwined on the Théâtre Cercle Molière loading dock. In the nearby parking lot, create your own ephemeral work of art with fluorescent chalk or take in moving designs on the surrounding buildings. 

7 pm – DJ Chile Wave | 8 pm – Ensemble Folklorique de la Rivière Rouge | 8:05 pm – Wall-to-Wall Mentorship Program | 10 pm – The Bannock Babes presented by Urban Shaman | 12 am – DJ Vince Blais

With projections by Stephanie Kuse (Sckuse)

At Le Patio 340


Presented by le 100 Nons & the Wall-to-Wall Mentorship Program – 7:15 pm

Meet a new generation of musicians through le 100 Nons and the Wall-to-Wall mentorship program with your host Miss Assuma Gender. Come support and admire some of Winnipeg’s emerging performers and discover a new wave of music from our communities!

Presented by Sākihiwē Festival – 9:15 pm

Sākihiwē festival presents Osani Balkaran aka The O.B.. Osani is a Guyanese/Cree abstract rapper & music producer from Winnipeg, Manitoba. He incorporates philosophies and aesthetics from both his cultures to shape and deliver a picture of day to day anxieties. His cinematic dreamlike performance paints a picture of imperfection and beauty using instrumentals and sound design.

Featuring Ruby Chopstix, Alpha Toshineza & Rayannah – 10:30 pm

La Julia Smith is a psychedelic rock trio from Chili formed after the devastating earthquake that shook Concepción in 2010. Jolted by this apocalyptic experience, brothers Marcelo and Paulo Díaz and childhood friend Pablo Romero had only one recourse in their destroyed city: to make deep and seismic music.

For one night only, catch La Julia Smith in Winnipeg with special guests Ruby Chopstix, Alpha Toshineza and Rayannah sharing new collaborations underscored with live projections by Stephanie Kuse.

Théâtre Cercle Molière x Wall-to-Wall Murals

Théâtre Cercle Molière and Wall-to-Wall Murals & Culture Festival present three new printed murals in a collection curated by Patterns Collective. Come celebrate the unveiling of the new works!

Collective Patterns Curatorial Statement:

“Sylvia Wynter proposes the human as homo narrans, which is looking at the evolution of “the human as a hybrid- auto- instituting- languaging- storytelling species.” These works presented by Isabel Okoro, Rebecca Bair and Erika Defreitas, embody the exploration of these origins through many of the narratives within their imagery; usage of the ritual, passed down knowledge and imaginings of the future. These works encompass this hybridity as we envision these images as not just a singular event, but rather continuous performances that have lives and potentialities that branch past the still borders of the photo. By depicting an existence that lives within the many sides of humanness, these artists articulate the stories they would like to see outside and past the histories of sealed and chained legacies.”