Jocelyne Le Léannec

Jocelyne Le Léannec is an artist from Manitoba who works in digital media and glass arts.  

Le Léannec studied Multimedia Communications at the Université de Saint-Boniface. She has participated in several film festivals in Canada, including the Montreal World Film Festival, as well as internationally in the cities of San Diego (United States), Weimar (Germany) and Brașov (Romania ). Her animation À la carte (2012) won the Viewers Choice Award at the Cinémental Festival, an annual competition for French-Canadian short films. The film Walrus Sausage (2016) won awards for Best Film and Best Collaboration at the F-Wordz competition from the Winnipeg Film Group.

In 2019-2020 she completed the Mentoring Artists for Women’s art Foundation Mentorship Program, with Mentor Yvette Cenerini, during which she started a new series exploring the interaction between a craft medium (stained glass) and a digital medium (animation) to illustrate the juxtaposition between life and death, light and dark.

Le Léannec is currently working on a collection of works entitled Blackwater Lake, which will be the subject of an exhibition at La Maison des artistes visuels francophones (Winnipeg, Manitoba) in January 2023. The project is supported by professional development grants and project grants from Francofonds, Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts.

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