The history of Indigenous Peoples performing cultural dances and practices.
This multidisciplinary exhibition explores, for the first time, the intimate and multiple relationship between visual arts, music and the stage in the work of Marc Chagall.
Hard-drinking, chain-smoking, down-and-out, Maude Gutman is convinced she bought an unknown Jackson Pollock worth millions at a junk shop.
Discover tasteful products and meet the passionate artisans behind them.
The entire family will enjoy animated and theatrical concerts as well as various workshops during spring break.
Mira’s playground is the vast Universe, and she spends her time dancing and frolicking with her friends. But one day the nasty Algol decides that he’s fed up with their antics.
The first conversations, painful but beautiful, of a family once dispersed but reunited again.
The exhibition consists of an installation version of the hour-long creative documentary Hotel Machine.
The first-ever solo show in Canada of works by one of the foremost Mexican artists of her generation.
Dubois revisits his greatest hits.