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Arts and culture from around the world right here in Montreal!

Updated: Nov 18, 2020

The Métèque, 5445 Cote St-Luc Road, presents:

The virtual vernissage/exhibit opening will feature introductions by both the gallery staff and the guest curators, Marg Boyle and Marlene Hale as well as the initiator of this show, Phillip Deering of the Bead Man Emporium and Julia Ovando of Native Immigrant. We invite artists, their families and friends, and the public to join us on zoom from 4 pm to 5pm on November 18th, to celebrate our artists in Bead by Bead!

Meeting ID: 767 9505 1632 Passcode: 4B9n64



Faire découvrir ces cultures culinaires au maximum de gens possible, voilà l’une des missions d’Ethné et de Philippe de Vienne. Ils l’ont d’abord accomplie grâce à leur service de traiteur, puis, depuis 15 ans, grâce à l’importation d’épices provenant d’une quarantaine de pays.

Read all about spices and world travel right here:

Visit the web site of Ethné et de Philippe de Vienne:

Or visit their wonderful boutique at Jean-Talon Market in person. Their spices are also available at the Atwater Market from Le Vrac du Marché upstairs.


Deserres supporting artists: Read all about Nada Khatib:

A self-taught professional palette knife painter born and raised in Toronto, Nada began painting in 2006 (shortly before she went to university) as an outlet for creativity and self-expression. In 2018, she took a leap of faith by starting her own business Expression by Nada.

Visit her web site:


Little Burgundy in Montreal honours Nelson Mandela:

From the Archives:


These musicians are from many countries around the world and the instruments they play are just as varied. Enjoy Canada’s Global Orchestra - Kuné:

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