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Events and Activities for You!

From the McGill library:

3.1415 Ins-PIE-ring: A Pi Day Celebration, 15 March, 4:00 PM. Lemon Meringue. Pecan. Maple. Steak and Kidney. There is a pie for every palate and there should be some on every plate! Join ROAAr and guests for a pie appreciation conversation on 3.1415 - pie appreciation on the day after Pi-day. Bakers and panelists will talk through their experience adapting historical pie recipes from the McGill Rare Cookbook Collection. Tune in for a tasteful discussion of successes, changes in baking practice, and the sweet vs savoury debate.



Le FIFA unveils the programming of its 41st edition. The world’s largest festival dedicated to films about art and art films invites you to Montreal and Quebec City from March 14 to 26 and online from March 24 to April 2. Come and discover the best of art and art films with a prestigious program that will take you on a journey to the frontiers of the marvelous and participate in a series of unique events that will make you enjoy art in a different way (exhibitions, performances, discussions).


Women photographers:

World Press Photo:

Finding Freedom in the Water by Anna Boyiazis


From PhotoEd magazine:

It cannot be said that women have been accepted easily into the photography world. In fact, history shows us that not only have women continually had to fight for their rightful place but even when recognition is achieved there is no guarantee that they are written into history.



MAI | Montréal, arts interculturels

3680, rue Jeanne-Mance, suite 103

Montréal. phone: (514) 982-1812


At the MMFA - Celebrating the Legacy of Women Designers. On view from February 18 to May 28, 2023, the exhibition Parall(elles): A History of Women in Design celebrates the instrumental and all too often overlooked role women have played in the world of design through an outstanding corpus of objects dating from the mid-19th century to today.


Good food!

How the humble cabbage got this P.E.I. woman a shout out in the New York Times.

Ann Thurlow, a fan of cabbage, wants her fellow Canadians to stop overlooking the vegetable. (Carolyn Ryan/CBC)


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