Chagall: Colour and Music is the biggest Canadian exhibition ever devoted to Marc Chagall (1887-1985).
SEPTEMBER 8 TO OCTOBER 8, 2016 : Ceramics Exhibition The Guild is proud to present the exhibition DE NOIR ET DE BLANC which will bring together the work of two great Quebec ceramicists, JANINE PARENT and PATRICK LE BLOND, from September 8 to October 8, 2016. The idea came naturally to unite under one roof, … Continued
The moose’s sculptures have become a symbol of the Museum Quarter : The recent transformation of the 8 sculptures bordering Sherbrooke Street was recently realized by famed Montreal’s artist Linda Rutenberg, who revitalized the moose with a vibrant interplay of colourful floral themes. The Orign’Art’s Project started in 2008 to promote a dialogue through art, … Continued
These reproductions of terracotta vases and pitchers from Pompeii are handmade by Bettini Germano of Italy. Purchase one or more and find the discount coupon hidden within each one. A special deal you won’t want to miss! Every Wednesday, save 50% or more on Museum publications from previous exhibitions!
THE MMFA’S BOUTIQUE & BOOKSTORE The Boutique and Bookstore is pleased to host John A. Schweitzer’s exhibition Vallum Hadrianus, Hadrian’s Wall, in connection with the Pompeii exhibition. On view until September 5 in the display window on Level 1 of the Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion.
The Quartier du Musée lives with Jazz and Bresilian music for summer 2016! Please come and enjoy music on our nice terraces each Thursday and Friday (7:00pm to 8:30pm) from July, 7th until August, 26th.
LAND InSIGHTS and the MONTREAL FIRST PEOPLES FESTIVAL present PULPE FICTION SYLVAIN RIVARD July 14 to September 3, 2016 Presented by LAND InSIGHTS in the context of the MONTREAL FIRST PEOPLES FESTIVAL, The Guild is proud to present PULPE FICTION, the latest exhibition by artist SYLVAIN RIVARD. The artworks by this multidisciplinary French Canadian and … Continued
Christian Campos, pastry chef at Palette Gourmande since 2014 and award recipient of Pastry Chef of the Year 2015, is honored for the second consecutive year by the Society of Chefs and Pastry Chefs of Quebec. He becomes the Regional Head Pastry Chef of the year 2016, thus places it among the best pastry chefs … Continued
HISTORICAL CONTEXT A small fluvial port on the Sarno River, Pompeii had thrived as a Roman colony for over two centuries. Its inhabitants had no recollection of Mount Vesuvius’s previous eruptions, which dated back to the seventh century B.C. On August 24, 79 A.D., Mount Vesuvius erupted, spewing a gigantic cloud of molten rock and … Continued