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Édition 2023 : 23 septembre au 15 octobre. La 4e édition de Zoom Art, réalisé par la Ville de Laval, réunit 30 images d'œuvres de 15 artistes des arts visuels actuels sous la thématique « Nature Secrète ».

Division art et patrimoine, 1395, boulevard de la Concorde Ouest, Laval (Québec) H7N 5W1, Métro Montmorency.


PUBLIC OPENING ON OCTOBER 6, 2023. The MEM – Centre des mémoires montréalaises continues the activities of the Centre d’histoire de Montréal. We’ll welcome you very soon at a new museum and public space in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles.


At the McCord:


October 19, 2023 - 02:30 pm - 06:00 pm, Members' Day | Wampum: Beads of Diplomacy.


AFTER DARK – MONTREAL BY NIGHT - Free activity | At the Museum and Online. Night transforms our relationship with the city. How does history capture the evolution of Montreal nightlife? What are the current mobility and safety issues, and what initiatives are attempting to redefine this cultural space?

Le centre-ville de Montréal, 1964, VM94-SY-AD12-014, Archives de la Ville de Montréal.


Juliet Mackie’s latest body of work is a poignant and powerful tribute to her Métis foremothers. By weaving together fragments of memory, family stories, and photographs, Mackie traces the lives and legacies of the women who came before her. Mackie’s great-grandmother, Evelyn Oak, emerges as a central figure in her work.

September 9 – December 22, 2023, Juliet Mackie: Matrilineal Memory.

Shé:kon Gallery, 5826 St-Hubert Street, 2nd floor, Tiohtià:ke / Mooniyang / Montreal.

Julia’s website:


Young adult art therapy program launched.

CAP Sur la Relève: art therapy program for young adults!

On October 18 and 19, art therapy will be in the spotlight! Over a year ago, CAP launched a pilot project of art therapy workshops for young adults. Supported by our presenting partner, the Caisse Desjardins des Versants du Mont Royal and Desjardins Assurances, we are proud to invite you to the official launch of the program.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 in the agora of Complexe Desjardins. A variety of art therapy activities will be on offer:

  • art therapy workshops led by Maria Riccardi, Florine Rogé, and Maude Robinson

  • lectures by art therapist Maria Riccardi and international speaker Benoît Chalifoux

  • tam-tam therapy workshop led by Daniel Bellegarde



From The Bridge CBC:

Poet Marcela Huerta says that, in her body, she carries the narrative of her parents' trauma from the 1973 coup in Chile. She releases it - for them all - in her poetry. Painter and sculptor, Carolina Echeverria dedicates all of her work in arts and culture to speaking truth to power; upholding the legacy of Salvador Allende, who she says gave the people of Chile 1000 days of glory before the violent Pinochet coup. The two generations of artists talk about how creative work of Chileans home and abroad will be the record and the source for healing.


From the Suburban – Mona Rutenberg:



Leon Louder – Entomophonie

In March of 2023, I was called by the Montreal Insectarium to propose a sound piece created using insect sounds as source material. In May, I was awarded the commission, which would have its premiere on the free outdoor stage at Mutek on August 23, accompanied by a digital album available for free streaming and download, and a podcast consisting of interviews I would give throughout the creative process.

Entrevue avec Leon Louder -


From The - Keeping a legend alive - Artist Daniel Jobim honors the musical legacy of his grandfather, a bossa nova pioneer:






The Powell Gallery will be open to the public on Monday, October 9 from 5.30 -7.20 pm.


John Healey (he/him) was born in Toronto and grew up along the St. Lawrence River in Brockville, Ontario. Since 2015 he has devoted himself to lens-based image creation and education. Healey’s images have been acquired by a number of galleries including the City of Ottawa and numerous private collectors. His work has been exhibited in galleries across Ontario and Quebec with selected images from his HEAD-ON Series, shown nationally at the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival 2017.

Ottawa photographer won the Project-X award. (Photo courtesy: John Healey)

Learn more about John’s work: JOHN HEALEY



Travel and photography have always been part of my life. When I was young, I used to go on trips with my parents, and my father couldn't do without his camera to capture these moments. These trips left a lasting mark on me, and I have many fond memories of them (probably the best of my childhood!). Thanks to photography, they are engraved forever. As I've got older, this interest and my love of travel have continued to grow.

c/o Olivier Lemieu


Salon de la photo et vidéo – QUEBEC CITY, OCTOBER 13 TO 15, 2023.

250 Bd Wilfrid-Hamel, Quebec, QC G1L 4W7; Located in La Cité-Limoilou borough, near downtown Quebec City.


Curator Osei Bonsu walks us through Tate Modern’s new African photography show. A World in Common presents 36 artists using photography to reimagine Africa’s place in the world. Here, Bonsu shares his highlights, insights, and the show’s historical contexts.


Heritage Montreal remembers:

A few days ago, we learned of the passing of Brian Merrett. This activist photographer used architecture as a medium through which he put his artistic talent at the service of Montreal's rich heritage, particularly during periods when it was threatened and disappearing. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, for example, he began photographically documenting the built environment and the life of downtown buildings, as well as neighborhoods along the Ville-Marie expressway and around Windsor station.


Folklore from The

The new opera, “Monkey: A Kung Fu Puppet Parable,” had its world premiere in Boston over the weekend. The story is based on an ancient Chinese folk tale and uses modern and diverse cultural elements to create a unique rendition of the popular fable.


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