The MMAQ offers a diversified programming of master classes and workshops to professional and emerging artists and artisans.
These trainings focus on knowledge in fine crafts, mostly in ceramics, sculpture, and textile.
The MMAQ stands out by taking an active part in the advancing and dissemination of research in fine crafts. Continuous training in ceramics, sculpture and textile promote the development of technical knowledge.
The MMAQ encourages multidisciplinary practices allowing exchanges between fine crafts disciplines but also with visual arts.
Our master classes
The techniques taught may encourage technology learning or traditional know-how.
Master classes are offered by local and foreign artists and artisans who are renowned for their exceptional works and quality pedagogy skills.
Teachers foster technical learning but also, in most cases, the creation of a personal project.
These intensive trainings are offered at accessible costs.
Located in downtown Québec City, the MMAQ is easily accessible.
These intensive trainings allow participants to expand their technical knowledge, enrich their practice, develop new markets and make stimulating encounters.
During trainings, participant benefit from the support of experimented teachers but also our technical staff.
Exchanges between students are encouraged.
Our spacious and luminous spaces are well equipped with cutting-edge installations
A look at our training activities! Here are the last master classes offered:
Designing and making ceramic luminaires with Delphine Millet (France) . E-textiles with RythÂ Kesselring (Québec) . Advanced perfecting in the Pointcarré software with Louise Lemieux Bérubé (Québec) . Experimental embroidery with Tamara Rubilar (Québec) . Paper sculptures with Ray Besserdin (Australia)
There is no master class planned at this time. They will be back in 2022.