PODCAST: Rue du Trésor – From artists’ bohemia to organized enterprise

PODCAST: Rue du Trésor – From artists’ bohemia to organized enterprise

The Rue du Trésor – From artists’ bohemia to organised enterprise interview for Life in Québec first appeared as an article in the July 2015 issue of Life in Québec Magazine.

By Rosanna Haroutounian

Tourists visiting Québec might find it hard to resist a stroll through the quaint pedestrian art gallery on Rue du Trésor. Some stop to get a closer look at the paintings or exchange words with the friendly salespeople while others buy artwork to take home.

These are the typical experiences on Rue de Trésor, the artists’ alley linking Rue De Buade with Rue Sainte-Anne. Few visitors know much about the artists who make their living here, or the intricacies of politics, culture, and economics that help the street survive year after year.
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About Author

Rosanna Haroutounian

Rosanna Haroutounian was raised in Mississauga, Ontario, and studied journalism and political science at Carleton University. She currently works as an English assistant at a college in Quebec City. She enjoys reading, baking, being outdoors, and travelling the world when time and finances allow.

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