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!
The only DADA exhibition in Quebec!
The only rule is to be out of ideas relating to conventional art! Painting, sculpture, writing, clothing or installation.
Over the years, Carl Trahan’s visual works, a mix of drawing, writing and other media, have served to communicate his particular interest in modernity, exploring its threads of connectivity to the
Various theme on the feminity are honored with the La féminité en 3 temps Exhibition.
Gubash moved to Canada as a child, since then she has been constructed a relation with Serbia, her home country.
In 2008, Veronique Besancon exposed her works for the first time et discover the pleasure and the necessity to share and exchange with her public.
Come and share their love of art, and see the new creations of the painters, sculptors, and artists in photography, wood and ceramic.
You are invited to the Exhibition Pléiade printanière at La Place des Citoyens.
Come and meet with the artist on site, you may find a gift for Mother's Day!
You are invited to celebrate Patriots Day on the site of Maison de la culture et du patrimoine (Manoir Globensky). On the schedule: guided visits, walking tours, conferences and much more!
January 19 at 2 p.m., vernissage with the two artists.
From Wednesday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.