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Happenings beginning in May

Mother’s Day Brunch and Workshop:

Allegorie Art Gallery works with a dynamic and relevant collective of artists from emerging through to advanced career stages. Our Gallery is built on solid egalitarian, ethical principles with dynamic solo and group exhibitions, engaging artist talks, installations, and events. We understand the role a gallery plays, providing a place to connect with something precious, the theatre of the soul – Art. Our role is to provide a relevant national and global platform for our talented artist stable via stunning physical and digital gallery space whilst holding to our social and environmental policies.



This year, Art Westmount is bringing together over 35 local artists from various disciplines to display their work in the Concert Hall and the Prudhomme room at Victoria Hall. Original works of art and derived items will be available for sale by the artists, presenting a great opportunity to support local creativity and find unique gifts in time for Mother’s Day.

2023 Edition - Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Victoria Hall, 4626 Sherbrooke Street West.


Come and see us!


Exhibit 9 x 9 Photography Project: Vernissage - Saturday, May 13, 2023, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Solli Amihod, a past member of the Montreal Camera Club, came up with the fabulous idea of having 9 photographers, each photographing 9 Iconic Montreal locations. Among the nine are MCC Members George Liberman, Jarka Miller, Armando Rafael, Sylvia Rourke and John Zimmerman. We are celebrating this unique event by presenting different interpretations from the same locations.

Gallery 5275 (lower level), 5275 Ferrier, Montreal (near Metro de la Savane).

Extended viewing - Monday May 15th and Tuesday May 16th, 7 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.


Turning The Lens exhibition opening at The Mackenzie Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan.

More about Paul Seesequasis:


Coming up books! In-person and virtual events:

Meet us on Zoom for our virtual Spring launch on May 7th at 3:30 PM.


Carrying our Cultures – CBC:

One of the featured artists:

Maryam Nadimi is a Montreal-based artist and biologist. She grew up in Iran and moved to Montreal for her PhD in genetics at the Université de Montréal. She now holds workshops where she teaches tazhib, a traditional form of Islamic Iranian art.

May is Asian Heritage Month. Learn more here:


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