This long weekend and beyond

Still time to taste many beer varieties from around the world. On until 7PM today at Windsor Station.


https://festivalmondialbiere.qc.ca/

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LAUNCH OF THE 2022 EDITION

The Montreal Printed Arts Festival showcases the impressive vitality of the printed arts milieu in Quebec. This third edition is a rare opportunity to take stock of the growth of this artistic practice via a programme of exhibits, artist presentations, demonstrations, workshops, conferences, and the Grande Printed Art Fair. These free activities show the evolution of current practices in printed arts as well as hybrid and multidisciplinary practices.

https://faimtl.ca/en/#program

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COURS DE PEINTURE: COULEURS PRINTANIÈRES - Il reste des places! Série de cours les samedis 28 mai, 4 et 11 juin, 13h – 16h (en après-midi).

Avec Nathalie Garceau, artiste-peintre et enseignante, puisez l’inspiration dans les palettes printanières du Jardin botanique pour créer votre propre œuvre à l’aquarelle. Le format en trois séances est idéal pour s’attarder sur les coloris, les formes et les ombres tout autour de vous.


Amis membership:

Formulaire | Amis du Jardin botanique de Montréal (amisjardin.com)

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A talk with Paul Owen, intimate moment with daylilies (EN)

Saturday May 28, 2PM

FREE FOR ALL, REGISTER NOW HERE ----------------------------------------------------------------

Watch Stand Up Comedy in Girouard Park at 7:45 (show 8pm) presented by NDG comedians. Bring your picnic blankets, lawn chairs and drinks.

Location: Girouard Park, 3500 Avenue Girouard, MTL

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/stand-up-comedy-in-girouard-park-tickets-335425626077?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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Concordia launches the Art Volt Collection to help young artists and potential art buyers. Fine arts students from Concordia University now can get some career support and a virtual gallery for their work. It's called the Art Volt Collection and for those of us who want to invest in local art, even at just the beginner level, that means we have a place to browse and artwork that's been selected by a jury. We speak with Camille Bédard, an art history alumna who leads the project and with featured artist Francis Macchiagodena.

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-78-all-in-a-weekend/clip/15914159-concordia-launches-art-volt-collection-help-young-artists


More info: https://www.concordia.ca/finearts/art-volt/collection.html

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