MUMAQ presents a new exhibition: Carole Fèvre, glass sculptor

October 23, 2021 to January 23, 2022 Curator of the exhibition: Bruno Victor Andrus, PhD The MUMAQ has announced the presentation of Carole Frève, Glass Sculptor from October 23rd, 2021, to January 23rd, 2022, its third temporary exhibition of the year following the reopening of the museum in June 2021. This exhibition Continue Reading

It’s Circus Time! exhibition at Pointe-à-Callière – October 13, 2021 to March 6, 2022

It’s Circus Time! exhibition at Pointe-à-CallièreRelive the greatest moments of the circus from here and abroad October 13, 2021 to March 6, 2022 Starting October 13, Pointe-à-Callière is shining a spotlight on the circus arts with It’s Circus Time!, the Museum’s all-new exhibition. An engaging look at the fascinating and Continue Reading

MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) Announces Program for 21.22 Season!

432 Hz:The Natural Frequency of the Universe 19 Productions, 13 World Premieres, 3 Exhibits, and 3 Associate Artists All things in nature vibrate; and this universal vibration is the harmonic force that has set in motion MAI’s 23rd season, which will take place at its multidisciplinary venue throughout 2021-2022. This vibration even Continue Reading

NIGHT REELS РA cinematic exhibition by Stacey Steers Рfrom August 19 to October 17 at the Cin̩math̬que qu̩b̩coise

Night Hunter © Stacey Steers After being presented at the prestigious George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York, NIGHT REELS, an exhibition by artist and filmmaker Stacey Steers, is coming to the Cinémathèque québécoise. The cinematic exhibition and installation features works by the American artist based on her last three films: Phantom Canyon (2006), Night Hunter (2011) and Edge Continue Reading

CORAL, A PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION BY PAULINE LOCTIN

Showcased at the Montreal Eaton Centre, from August 9 to October 28 Invited by the Montreal Eaton Centre as part of their Une vitrine sur l’art initiative, paper sculptor Pauline Loctin is proud to unveil Coral, a three-dimensional paper installation. Showcased at the Eaton Centre, on the Sainte-Catherine level, Coral will be exhibited from August 9 to October 28. Continue Reading