Marionnettes is intended to be both a platform and a showcase for the current practice of puppetry. Each issue of this publication offers original content that reflects and echoes the concerns and issues that animate the artistic milieu and life in the association.
Marionnettes 2023-2024: Puppets strong and free!
Marionnettes 2021-2022: Going solo
Marionnettes 2019-2020: Puppetry and digital arts: combining the practical and the pleasant
Marionnettes 2017-2018: The houses of puppetry in the world
Marionettes 2015: The conservation of puppets
Marionnettes 2013: Turning in Quebec and the World
Marionnettes 2012: Perspectives: History and stakes of Quebec puppets
Marionnettes 2009: The 30′ s: And, in the works, on tour… and in thought
Marionnettes 2008: Browse the World: And, in the works, on tour… and in thought
Marionnette en manchette 2001: The AQM celebrates its 20th anniversary!
Summary of the 2023-2024 Marionnettes magazine edition
- A human environment as a figure of resistance, by Vincent Ranallo, AQM General Coordinator
- We couldn’t say that now…, by Michelle Chanonat, Editor-in-Chief
// Dossier : Puppets strong and free!
- The one you manipulate with raised fist, Michelle Chanonat
- The good-natured dirision of Ronnie Burkett, Denise Babin
- Pupulus Mordicus: thriving on irreverence, Françoise Boudreault
- We tacitly accepted that art would liberate us, Samuel Kaczorowski
// Exploring the puppetry scene
- Tim Gosley, instinct and virtuosity, Marthe Adam
- Radical puppetry: the Bread and Puppet Theater, Isabelle Chrétien
- UNIMA : solidarity, celebration and reunions, Sabrina Baran
// Through the artist’s lens
- That magic moment, Martine Beaulne
- Robert Lepage: life is there if you know how to grasp it, Michelle Chanonat
- From still life to living matter Olivia Faye Lathuillière