WHAT’S ON THIS SUMMER ☀️ at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

ON VIEW | Exhibitions to see this summer
Learn about our four exhibitions currently on view:
 
◾️ Nicolas Party : L’heure mauve
◾️ Adam Pendleton: These Things We’ve Done Together [Until July 10]
◾️ Views of Within: Picturing the Spaces We Inhabit
◾️ Stanley Février: Museum of the Art of Today / Department of the Invisible [Until August 28]
 
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FOR THE FAMILY | Summer activities
During the summer months, the mediators of the MMFA will get on the Artcycle with its baggage of art materials and ride to one of the parks in the city of Ville-Marie. Until mid-September two free open air workshops will take the mystery out of art for children of all ages, accompanied by their parents, and spark their creativity. Three other free art workshops will also be offered inside the Museum this summer.

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DU MUSÉE AVENUE | July programming
Du Musée Avenue will come alive throughout the summer with a series of outdoor events.
Mark them on your calendar!
 
📖 Storytime with Hamidou Savadogo | Saturday, July 16 >>
For people of all ages, a story told to the sound of the kora.
 
🎤 Improv match with the Ligue Nationale d’Improvisation | Wednesday, July 20 >>
A world-class show on a very, very human scale.
 
✨ Drag Brunch MTL | Saturday, July 30 >>
Discover the art of drag in a relaxed, unifying and multi-generational setting.
BOURGIE HALL | See what’s on offer for the 12th season!
This year, new offers are available, allowing you to save up to 40% on the regular price of your favourite concert series: Jazz 5 à 7, Family Concerts, Musicians of the OSM, Beethoven’s complete piano sonatas performed by Louis Lortie, Les Violons du Roy, and much more!
 
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CINÉMA DU MUSÉE
Discover the intimate The Passengers of the Night (with English subtitles, starting July 1) by Mikhaël Hers, the sumptuous La mort de Louis XIV by Albert Serra (single screening on June 30 at 6:30 p.m.) and, still playing, Two Straight Girls at a Queer Fest (with French subtitles) by Marie-Hélène Panisset, as well as Dear Jackie (with English subtitles) by Henri Pardo.

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