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François Grisé - Founder and Artistic director 

François Grisé’s artistic work is multidisciplinary, as it incorporates elements of theatre, installation, performance, visual arts and social innovation. Up until now, his artworks bring into question and reframe the fleeting and fragile nature of living beings. In the POESIS projects, humans, when put in the hot seat, find themselves in a state of vulnerability. It considers our perception with ourselves, physical places, individual and collective space. 


By setting spectators in front of the vulnerability of the human condition, his works ask the question: What happens when we take the time to meet each other? When we ponder our presence in this world? This exposure to the transience of our existence amplifies the sensation and mindfulness in being alive. 


Since 2014, with the help of his teams, he directs a large creative cycle entitled Vivre vieux (Living old) which interrogates our individual and collective actions when faced with the new realities of aging. This cycle includes four POESIS, a documentary play and corollaries that prompt further reflection.

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Jennifer-Ann Weir - Executive director

Jennifer-Ann has been working with the cultural and event industry locally and internationally for almost 20 years.


She has worked with the Fine arts Museum of San Francisco, the Partenariat du Quartier des spectacles, the 375th anniversary of Montreal, the McCord Museum, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Just for Laughs Productions, Vue sur la relève festival, Mutek, and recently returned from Germany where she was the Assistant Executive Director of Canada's presence as Guest of Honour.


She holds degrees in Cultural Management from HEC Montreal, in Animation and Cultural Research from UQAM and in Multimedia Communication from the University of San Francisco. She also chairs the Board of directors of Transthéâtre.


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Théophile Bégin - Project Manager, HABITATS

Théophile graduated from the University of Montreal with a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology in 2018. A year later, he left for South Korea, where he decided to pursue his studies in international relations. He received his master's degree in 2020 and distinguished himself by receiving the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. After three years of loving and learning about a culture that was foreign to him at first, Theophile finally left Seoul to return to his hometown of Montreal.  

He has been a researcher for the Institute for Global Engagement and Empowerment, where he helps organize the Global Engagement and Empowerment Forum, an international forum dedicated to sustainable development. Theophile also served as editor-in-chief of the Yonsei Journal of International Studies. 

An activist during the 2012 strike and still passionate about theater and creation, Théophile now combines his interest in social issues and human rights with the skills he has acquired throughout his academic and professional career.



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Pascal Beauchesne


Innovation and Transformation Advisor

Jean-Philippe Gauvin


Accountant and tax advisor-Malette.

Francois Grise


Multidisciplinary artist and  DGA Un et un font mille

Christine Lecuyer


Retired from culture and leisure

Louis-David Loyer


Executive Director of Business Development and Content-Multicolor


Bernard Morency


Professeur HEC MTL - Retraité de la Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec



Amelie Richard


President and producer Le Bouquet Média

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