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Sylvie Boulianne

communications agent
Festival Frye Festival
Participates in 1 Session

Sylvie, originally from Baie Sainte-Marie, Nova Scotia, brilliantly combines her talents as a singer-songwriter and graphic designer. Graduating in classical voice from the Université de Moncton in 2014, she also earned a certificate in graphic design in 2021, enriching her artistic expression. Sylvie was recently nominated for the Discovery of the Year award at Les Éloizes 2024 in Shediac. In addition to her musical compositions, Sylvie puts her talent as a graphic designer to work for a wide range of artists and organizations, creating captivating visuals. This artistic versatility promises a vibrant future rich in creativity.

Sessions in which Sylvie Boulianne participates

quarta-feira 24 abril, 2024

Time Zone: (GMT-04:00) Atlantic Time (Canada)
19:30
19:30 - 20:30 | 1 hour
Book Launch
Francophone

Été 2020. Un papa artiste, dont les projets ont été annulés, et sa fille de six ans s’engagent dans un road trip qui les amènera du sud-est du Nouveau-Brunswick jusqu’aux montagnes des Laurentides. En cours de route, le père se rend compte qu’être parent, c’est être en dialogue constant avec l’enfant qu’on a été. Le voyage devient alors une exploration du territoire qu’on porte en soi, une incursion sur le ter...

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Sessions in which Sylvie Boulianne attends

quinta-feira 25 abril, 2024

Time Zone: (GMT-04:00) Atlantic Time (Canada)
11:45
11:45 - 13:00 | 1 hour 15 minutes
Anglophone

"Violence is the domain of both the rich and poor. Or so it seems in early 20th-century Ukraine during the tumult of the Russian Revolution.As anarchists, Bolsheviks, and the White Army all come and go, each claiming freedom and justice, David Bergen embeds his readers into the lives of characters connected through love, family, and loyalty. Lehn, a bookseller south of Kiev, deserts the army and writes poetry to his love back home; Sablin, an adopted Mennonite-Ukrainian stableboy, runs wi...

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