Program

At the museum

Nourrir le quartier, nourrir la ville

Exhibition — May 18th, 2017 to February 4th, 2018

Do your grocery shopping and retrace almost 200 years of food in Montreal! Explore the places that have marked life in the neighbourhood, such as public markets, small grocery stores, and the first grocery chains. Follow the evolution of products and of the food processing industry.
 
 
 
 
 

Table ronde et atelier : jardins d’hiver

Activity — January 17th 2018, 17:00 to 19:00

Participez à une table ronde sur les jardins d’hiver avec différents intervenants. Apprenez ensuite comment préparer vos semis pour le printemps.
Activité gratuite / Réservations : 514 528-8444

Visites commentées de l’exposition

Activity — Samedi 27 janvier, de 13 h 30 à 15 h

Participez à une visite commentée de l’exposition Nourrir le quartier, nourrir la ville avec le commissaire Éric Giroux.
Activités gratuites / Réservations : 514 528-8444
 

D’un œil différent

Exhibition — March 7th to 18th, 2018

This cultural event brings together over 200 artists and performers with intellectual disabilities or a pervasive developmental disorder or not, around an exhibition and a varied program. Free entrance

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Variations sur l’art d’ici

Exhibition — April 25th to May 6th, 2018

Over 60 Québécois and Canadian artists exhibit their inks, paintings, engravings… Among those represented are emerging young talents as well as artists of national and international renown. Free entrance

Benefit auction

Activity — May 8th 2018, 17:00 to 21:30

Cocktails at 5 pm and auction at 7 pm
Regular auction ticket: $50
For information or to purchase tickets: Manon Belleville, 514 528-8444
 
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Extramural

On tour: People of the Eye Visuel Peuple de l'oeil

Exhibition on tour — September 9 to November 26, 2017, Deaf Culture Centre, Toronto

Come into contact with Deaf culture and identity! Discover the places, people and events linked to the history of Deaf persons in Canada, and avenues for reflection about the contemporary Deaf community.
Quadrilingual exhibition: Quebec Sign Language (LSQ), American Sign Language (ASL), French and English
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