In March 2017, the Quebec’s Masters and Artisans Museum completed a major digitization project. These 348 objects eloquently illustrate the practice of ceramics, textiles and glass in Quebec from 1930 to the present day. This project is part of a larger effort to ensure the dissemination of our contemporary collections through our national databases, namely Répertoire du patrimoine culturel du Québec, Info-muse and Artefacts Canada.
In recent years, the Quebec’s Masters and Artisans Museum has made considerable efforts to fill new disciplines and gaps in its collections. The digitization of these collections allows us to present a more complete and broader portrait of our collections and the history and practice of crafts in Quebec. The corpus chosen reveals a wide range of craftsmen and artistes, as well as several production situations, ranging from workshop production, leisure, family economy, marketing, etc.
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