To present exhibits or interventions that reflect current tendencies in contemporary art and curatorial practices at a local, national and international level; To welcome artists from around in the world into an Acadian context that is at once diverse and inclusive.

  • To be a mediator between the public and the artists (a place for both to gather and exchange in a convivial manner);
  • To offer diverse platforms of diffusion; exhibition spaces, unconventional spaces, special events, etc;
  • To engage with the public and the community through discourse and dialogues on contemporary art practices, while playing an important role in the development of a pertinent critical discourse on contemporary art in Acadia as well as elsewhere in Canada;
  • To encourage harmonious relationships and to create a context that encourages collaborative encounters between francophone and Anglophone communities (among others) while maintaining primary operations in French.
  • To participate in the development of the local cultural scene, supporting collaborations that favor interdisciplinarity.