The “Portraits of Our Ancestors” exhibit was produced by Aux Trois Couvents, a place of cultural discovery, with the help of numerous partners.
Executive Director: Geneviève Bergeron
Project Manager: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard
Documentary and Iconographic Research: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard, Catherine Riel
Exhibit Copywriting: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard
Alternative Texts: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard, Rachel Dumas, Audrey-Ann Tremblay
Revision: Isabelle Berthelot, Lyne-Andrée Mathieu
Translation: Katherine Hastings
Video Recording and Production: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard
Video Editing: Audrey-Ann Tremblay, Rachel Dumas, Myriam Mathieu-Bédard
Interviewees: Sylvie Asselin, Gaston Cloutier, Palmyre Gilles, Françoise Lavoie
Interview Transcription: Jean-Michel Fortier
Subtitling: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard, Patrick-Olivier Meunier
Content Integration and Layout: Myriam Mathieu-Bédard, Patrick-Olivier Meunier
This exhibit was produced in collaboration with numerous individuals, and Aux Trois Couvents wishes to express its heartfelt gratitude to them.
For acting as the exhibit’s scientific committee: Jacques Blais, Lise Buteau, and Karine Vachon-Soulard.
For providing iconographic documents: Jacques Blais, Benoît Blouin, Gaston Cloutier, Lucie Drouin, Mélissa Ennis and Michel Bélanger (MRC de la Côte-de-Beaupré), Palmyre Gilles (Cuivres d’art Albert Gilles), Marie-Rose Jalbert, Véronique Lachance, Danielle Laplante and Denis Jalbert (Centre de généalogie, des archives et des biens culturels de Château-Richer), Françoise Lavoie and Scott Kingsland (Atelier Paré), Gabrielle Leclerc (La Grande Ferme, centre d’initiation au patrimoine), Lucie Ricard (Revue Sainte Anne), Jean-Louis Tirman, and Marcel Guillot, as well as the archives at Ville de Québec, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Library and Archives Canada, McCord Museum, and Musée de la civilisation.
For providing the artifacts featured in the exhibit: Jacques Blais, Lucie Drouin, Françoise Lavoie, and Scott Kingsland.
Aux Trois Couvents also wishes to thank Gaston Lachance, Alexandre Lambert, Martin Pouliot, Sabrina Gamache-Mercurio, and Pierre Tremblay for their contribution, as well as the local residents who took part in the discussion group to determine which forebears to feature in the exhibit.
To learn more about Aux Trois Couvents, a place of cultural discovery, visit our website.
The “Portraits of Our Ancestors” exhibit was produced with the support of the Virtual Museum of Canada’s Community Stories Investment Program. Aux Trois Couvents would also like to thank Brigitte Beaulne-Syp for her assistance in carrying out this project.