Moncton Rocks

August 7, 2008

By Mike Landry

Stefan St-Laurent may have moved from Moncton in 1990 when he was 19-years-old, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have love for his hometown. Along with fellow ex-pat and SAW Gallery Director, Tam-Co Vo-Van, St-Laurent has organized a retrospective of Moncton art and music culture from the late 60’s to today.

Capping off the Moncton Rock exhibition is a night celebrating Moncton film. The featured films chronicle Moncton’s underground music, art, television scenes, and how they’re all tied to the city’s Acadian history.

“It’s like a coming together that’s fun for us to coordinate…It was really fun to fill the generational gaps,” says St-Laurent.

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