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Events at the McCord and Cote-St-Luc Library

At the McCord Museum:

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On the occasion of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the McCord Museum invites you to see the exhibitions There Once Was a Song by Meryl McMaster and Wearing our Identity – The First Peoples Collection free of charge from June 19 to 21. A screening of the short film Smudge will also be available free of charge in the Museum’s theatre. To register (mandatory):


THERE ONCE WAS A SONG BY MERYL MCMASTER. Take the opportunity to discover this new exhibition by Meryl McMaster, an artist of Nêhiyaw (Plains Cree), British and Dutch heritage. For the first time, she has created an exhibition where she combines photography with other media. Her work questions the desire to capture and confine the natural world in order to freeze it in time.

WEARING OUR IDENTITY – THE FIRST PEOPLES COLLECTION. Don’t miss your last chance to visit this magnificent exhibition, which closes on June 27! Learn about the importance of clothing in the development, preservation, and communication of the social, cultural, political and spiritual identities of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.


In June, we commemorate National Indigenous History Month 2021 to recognize the history, heritage and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada.


At the Cote-St-Luc Library and MMFA:

By phone or online via Zoom:

MMFA Virtual Art Exhibit Talk—Riopelle: Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures.

Wednesday, June 9 at 2 pm - Free.

Join Montreal Museum of Fine Arts guide Lillian Elvir for a sneak peek at the new exhibit currently on show.

Call 438-809-7799, then 500 514 054 # #.

To hear Lillian’s live presentation on zoom:


A Beginner’s Guide to Bonsai with Rafael Najmanovich.

Thursday, June 10 at 2 pm - Free.

Join Rafael Najmanovich for an introductory presentation on modern bonsai techniques and aesthetics.

Call 438-809-7799, then 500 514 054 # #.

To hear Rafael’s live presentation on zoom, use this link:


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