At the museum
Approximately twenty adults who are in the process of literacy training speak up and use photography to explore Montreal’s Centre-Sud neighbourhood, as well as the universe of writing.
Take part in the People of the eye project, which is about the openness of museums toward persons who are deaf. Participate in various cultural mediation activities that will be hosted for free by the Écomusée and the Société culturelle québécoise des Sourds.
3rd Edition of Flavours of History: Goûtez l’Italie!
Benefit event for the Écomusée du fier monde
Cost of a ticket: $85 / Information or tickets: 514 528-8444
Discover the history of the Alphonse Raymond Ltée company, and tpeople who contributed to its development. This family business delighted the taste buds of Quebecois consumers!
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.
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.