Lorraine Beaulieu lives and works in Trois-Rivières. She is a Master from Fine Arts, Laval University in Quebec. She is interested in the culture and human relationships with the environment and community. Recently more personal works and technology have been added to her art production.
Three times she received grants from Arts and Letters Québec's Concil Fund, and from her City's Cultural Corporation.
In 2003, «Haro sur la rivière», raised recycling issues, the preciousness of fresh water, and threw into relief the cultural identity in Mauricie's area in Quebec. She was invited to Clamecy (France) in 2005, to do «Haro sur l'Yonne» a participative realisation. In 2007, she was invited by the National Directorate of Antarctica for an artistic residency from which flows a series of artworks over global warming. Her artworks was presented in Québec, Argentina, Mexico, Cuba , England, France, Spain, Serbia, Croatia, China, Greece.
In 2014, she realized and presented "Sisyphus" in Greece, her first performances in public's space. In 2015, she partipated to "The transparent travel" group residency in Italia during the Venice's Biennale. She did as curator for exhibitions and events.