season 3 collection
Community Supported Art for Montréal.
That’s a fantastic idea... For that amount of money, you can’t lose. I’m sure it gives the young artists who participate, and the more established artists who participate, so much confidence to know that somebody pays attention to their work
— René Blouin (Owner, Galerie René Blouin) | CBC Daybreak Show (Aug 7, 2015)

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We bet you've heard about Community Supported Agriculture - where members of a community buy shares in a farm's production and receive wonderful baskets of fruits and veggies all year long?  Well, Community Supported Art is just the same. Here at Partage Montréal CSA, we have a curator rather than a farmer, and the local artists and their unique creations are the crop.  We believe that a strong and healthy local arts community is as important as good, healthy, and local fruits and vegetables.  

Give Partage Montréal a try - we're certain that you'll be pleasantly surprised!

Partage Montreal Season 3 Collection

Partage Montreal Season 3 Collection curator: Susannah Wesley

The saying goes, ‘every picture tells a story’. In Leisure, my collaborative practice with Meredith Carruthers, the images we gravitate toward (historical art works, archival images, or snapshots) start visual conversations that sometimes turn into artworks and other times simply provide a space for thought and experimentation. For this edition of Partage, I will select an image and send it to each invited artist. In turn, they can react to the image as they choose - disregard it, work with it, or against. Six very different artworks will emerge, each potentially linked to a single image.


Susannah Wesley is an artist based in Montreal. Since 2004 she has been working collaboratively with Meredith Carruthers under the name ‘Leisure’. Recent solo exhibitions include, Arranging Time/Chorégraphie Temporelle at ESP (Toronto, 2015) and Dualité/Dualité at Artexte (Montreal, 2015), as well as the group exhibition The Let Down Reflex at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (NYC, 2016). Wesley received an MA in Art History from Concordia in 2008 and an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 2002. Previously she was a member of the notorious ‘Leeds 13’ art collective in the UK.

Meet the talent:  Season 3 Collection Artists

Partage Montreal Season 2 Collection

Partage Montreal Season 2 Collection curator: Étienne Tremblay-Tardif


Étienne Tremblay-Tardif combines his activity in visual arts with teaching, research, writing and intermittent curatorial work. He holds a BA degree in Art History and Film Studies (Université de Montréal, 2006), a BFA in Studio Arts (Concordia University, 2009) and an MFA degree in Studio Arts (Concordia University, 2013). His university studies are bracketed and marked by two important student movements (2005 and 2012 student strikes). Between 2009 and 2014 he was actively involved in the artist-run centers network, notaby through the renewal of Arprim, a center dedicated to contemporary print media.

His current work and research deals with text-image relationships, architecture and the built environment, display apparatuses, print in social space, material culture, critical theory and installation practices in contemporary art. His past projects include Signage Matrix for Turcot Interchange Refection (Biennale de Montréal, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, 2014), Société-écran/out of business (Occurrence, 2014), Fonction publique (AXENÉO7, 2013), Bookworms (Arprim, 2012) and Hôpital-Maxime-le-Jaune (Symposium international d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul, 2012).

Read Étienne Tremblay-Tardif's Curatorial Statement for Partage Montréal Season 2 Collection

Meet the talent:  Season 2 Collection Artists

Partage Montreal Season 1 Collection


Partage Montreal Season 1 Collection curator: Rhonda Meier

For over a decade, Rhonda Meier has been an independent curator, writer, editor, and educator.

Meier holds an M.A. from Concordia University in Art History.  Since curating her first exhibition at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery in 1990, she has mounted numerous exhibitions, mostly in artist-run centres. In 2002 she curated Nadia Myre’s first major solo exhibition Cont[r]act: new work by Nadia Myre at Oboro Gallery.  Her most recent co-curatorial project, The Rebel Yells: Dress and Political Re-dress in Contemporary Indigenous Art was shown at Concordia’s FOFA Gallery in May, 2015.

A former educator at the Musee d’art contemporain, she has worked extensively with artist-run centres, including articule, where she is currently president of the board.  In addition, she is an administrator on the board of VIVA! Art Action performance festival.  Meier has published in Canadian Art, C Magazine, and in Changing Hands for the Museum of Art and Design, New York. 

Read Rhonda Meier's 2015 Partage Curatorial Statement.

Meet the talent:  The 2015 Partage Artists.

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