As he painted more and more, the need to share his experience with others lead him toward municipal services provided a framework for cultural activities. His roots in Verdun and the contacts he had maintained facilitated to a natural exchange with Verdun Cultural Center. Its staff was pleased to improve its art program and provide space for meetings, conferences and watercolor workshops.
These tutoring activities required Ladouceur to methodically prepare his lectures before each session. He met his students needs by designing custom tools for every teaching activity he planned.. Whether explanatory notes, targeted sketches, slideshows, he used all the cutting edge tools and techniques available at the time. (He would surely have loved powerpoint ...).
He juggled with all these teaching assignements even if vernissages and exhibitions dotted his calendar like clockwork. He dispensed his knowledge and provided a living example of the goal to achieve.