Museums and expositions
No matter what the season, festivals and other exciting events are always taking place somewhere in the Laurentians. Lovers of music, dance and theatre can vibrate to the rhythm of numerous different festivals and discover the creative universe of artists from here and abroad. On the sporting side, a number of major events take place each year against the beautiful background of the Laurentians, and feature an impressive variety of sporting disciplines. Lovers of fine food are also well provided for, there being many an invitation to come and participate in the pleasures of the table. Families can have fun together all year round at one of the many events designed for the amusement of young and old. Up North, fun times are always on the menu!
Luanne Martineau is an Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing at Concordia University, whose research practice explores the social stratification of artistic production and the “naturalized” f
Working with porcelain is at the foundation of Amélie Proulx’s formal and artistic research.
Located in the centre of the magnificent village of Val-David, the Maison du village houses the Centre d'exposition de Val-David.
Micheline Durocher presents photographic staging, where the expression a picture is worth a thousand words takes all its sense.
De l’érable à la canne : regards passés et présents sur l’acériculture, exhibit is presented by the Corporation du Moulin Légaré, and will inform you about the history of acericulture.
Michel Beaudry present his sculptures exhibit Bestiaires parallèles.
The Center represents the cultural door of our beautiful region and is proud to have welcomed over 500 artists and exposed thousands of works of art for more than 40 years.
The presentation of Milutin Gubash's works is part of the series Rencontre. The project aims to support the work of the artist for a period of two years during multiple presentations; this
- February 6 to 23 : Claude Lacroix - Contrecarrer - Exhibition. Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Free entry.
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