The exhibition highlights the artists' creative process, examining not only the medium and its transformation but also the artistic intent.
A showcase of the outstanding contribution to Montréal architecture by the French Benedictine monk, the master builder of St. Joseph.
Visitors are invited to take a seat aboard a small electric train for an animated historical tour.
A series of six free concerts presented one Sunday per month, from May to October, at the Chalet du Mont-Royal.
Welcomes to our live and open session of traditional quebec and celtic music.
Young people newly arrived in Montreal present their takes on Montreal.
This initiative investigates how architecture engaged with digital technology from the 1980s until the turn of the century.
The first major exhibition devoted entirely to this exceptional designer.
Works of Canadian war artists capture the country's rich naval experience.
From the early 1960s to today, Quebec performers have given a voice to individuals and social groups through folk music, yé-yé, disco, rock, rap and world music.
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