At the museum
One can trace an African presence in the neighbourhood as of 1934, the year the White Fathers move onto Saint-Hubert Street. The Afrika Montréal exhibition recounts this long 80 year history and highlights African heritage.
L’artiste Élise Robichaud-Guilbault revisite le quotidien du peuple québécois du début des années 1900. L’exposition propose un regard sur la calligraphie cursive de nos aïeux, ainsi que sur les divers procédés utilisés pour accompagner le voyage des mots.
This cultural event brings together over 200 artists and performers with an intellectual disability or/and a pervasive developmental disorder or not, around a visual arts exhibition and a varied program.
The adult education centres of the Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) present the works of their students.
Discover around sixty works of art of Québécois and Canadian artists that are put up for auction for the benefit of the Écomusée du fier monde!
Cocktails at 5 pm and auction at 7 pm
Auction ticket: $40
For information or to purchase tickets: Manon Belleville, 514 528-8444
Follow the path of a milk bottle as it makes its way from the factory to the kitchen, and to enter into the daily world of Montreal’s milkmen. They travelled all through the city, from door to door, first on horseback and then by delivery truck. Today, they convey to us an unknown facet of Montreal’s history.
Chut! Regardez… presents a series of black and white photographs by artist Guy Fortin featuring people who live with an intellectual disability.