We discuss Alana’s Wild Characters exhibition running until March 31, 2017 at Le CAP (details further down), as well as her approach to art, continued recovery from schizophrenia, and the importance of the mental health and art therapy programs here in Quebec. Sabrina was a lovely host and it was a wonderful experience to meet her and the Homerun team in-studio at the iconic CBC Montreal offices!
Hear Alana’s CBC Homerun Radio Interview
Sabrina tweeted about the vernissage later that afternoon, with a photo of her favourite cards of Alana’s work…
Montrealer Alana Barrell, who suffers from schizophrenia, will hold her 1st vernissage tonight at CAP (4865 St. Laurent) from 5-8pm pic.twitter.com/d1tePcRJcr
— Sabrina Marandola (@SMarandola) March 7, 2017
WILD CHARACTERS EXHIBITION
Alana’s work is on display March 7 through 31, 2017
Monday to Thursday from 9am to 4:30pm // Fridays between 10am and 3:30pm
Le CAP – 4865, boul. Saint-Laurent Montréal, QC H2T 1R6
Thank you to Sabrina herself, Barbara Ford, Zachary, Melissa and everyone else for making this interview possible, as well as our dear friend Ozzy for taping it so we could share it!