cool things to do in Montreal
Landscape paintings, experimental short films, and public interventions. Get a glimpse of what there is to see in Montreal over the next few days.
Now hear this! The best storytellers from Canada and Quebec are coming to town to pour honeyed nectar into your imagination.
You too can become part of the contemporary art world as a collector. Find out how with SéminArts, an amazing program to give you confidence and knowledge.
Check out everything you need to see this week in the Montreal art scene, from interactive art involving packing tape to an art market.
Put this on your Montreal Bucket List while the odds are still in your favour: Combat Archery with DodgeBow.
The hottest new sports craze that combines dodgeball, paintball, and archery is in Montreal NOW.
This week, take part in a cinema workshop, learn about performative writing, have some tea and biscuits at the McCord and much more!
Run around the Old Port and solve a case while competing against others.
Fashion, installation, virtual reality and lots more to do this first week of October!
This week includes sights, sounds and the best butts in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
This week, explore another side of art featuring vernissages (free wine!), of course, but also performances, artist talks and panels.
Workshops, photography and cocktails abound this week in Montreal!
It’s a quiet week in the Montreal art scene, but even quiet weeks are exciting in this city: immersive installations, breathtaking photographs and even interesting takes on everyday objects.
NDG Arts week, parties and some cool solo shows to check out this week in Montreal.
This week’s picks include a “cultural getaway,” a New York artist’s first Canadian exhibit and the winners of Possible Dimensions.
Cité Mémoire launches its free app for their original work to be displayed in May 2016.
Photos of shoes and paintings of rural life in this week’s art picks.
The last week to be a part of Native Immigrant’s Teiotiohkwenhahton: Beadwork, Visions of Peace project.
Wanting to immerse a little more in Otakuthon’s cultural variety, Rachel visited every single room.
Plenty happening this week including beadwork, collage, and performance art.