There is always something to do in Montreal from arts and theatre to movies to concerts to trade shows to nightclub events. We put together Montreal events from December 29, 2011. Feel free to browse our Montreal events calendar.
A stunning light and sound show tells the story of Montréal and the Notre-Dame Basilica.
An exhibition of the 50 best shots of the “Montréal à l’oeil” photography contest presenting the modern side of the city from 1930 to 1978.
Also displayed are the waste-objects provided by well-known personalities including Margie Gillis, George Stroumboulopoulos and Rick Mercer.
Passing tones is an interactive installation inviting passersby, alone or in groups, to become part of a unique and original musical experience.
Tremblay is a versatile artist, expressing himself with ease in both painting and photography, his favourite subject being the human face.
This impressive collection of 56 large colour photographs by renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky explores the subject of oil, the much maligned natural resource that has defined the world as we know it.
The Triennial is the Musée’s opportunity to demonstrate its commitment towards its immediate community, to bear witness to the vitality of Québec’s contemporary artistic production, and to propose new perspectives of the present.
This fall, the Montreal painter Michael Merrill will exhibit an installation in the form of a series of twelve vinyl-based gouaches on wood, inspired by the worksites of the Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion and the reinstallation of the Museum's collections.
Health is a focus of contemporary political debate in a moment of historically high anxiety, but are architects, urban designers and landscape architects seeking a new moral and political agenda within these concerns?
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Exhibit of nearly 200 crèches from over 100 countries. A section is dedicated to Quebec’s nativity scenes. Also don't miss the exhibit on the Holy Family!
This retrospective featuring fifty of her works will reveal the development of a Montreal artist’s abstraction abroad.
This multimedia presentation, as innovative as it is federative, brings together artists from all fields: cinema, visual arts, sculpture, murals, music, dance, architecture, landscape architecture, design, literature, theater, circus arts, fashion, and even comic strips.
An exhibition of photographs by the internationally renowned Suzanne Held.
This theatrical company offers productions, from here and abroad, of professional theatre for young audiences.
Various activities take place at some 20 indoor and outdoor enchanting sites.
The artist benefitted from an artist’s residency at the Centre VU for the creation of Humanitas.
A young girl dreams of a prince, and it is this dream that we see unfold on stage. Its name: The Nutcracker. For almost 120 years, this legendary tale has fascinated choreographers, dancers and audiences of all generations and nationalities.
Their mission: “To help preserve the Innu language and encourage the development of Innu linguistics, and preserve and promote our cultural heritage, without disregarding Montagnais crafts…”
Forêt Forêt is a landscape inspired by birch trees, a pioneer species that grows on vacant lots and thrives on transitory environments.
Nuage de givre is composed of 7500 interactive lights interactives suspended in a great veil over Place des Festivals.
A giant stained glass window, decomposed in many colourful panels scattered across Place Émilie-Gamelin.
The month-long festival is capped off with a dazzling New Years eve celebration in Place Jacques-Cartier.
This family fun Christmas event features 30 artists on stage, exquisite costumes and stage settings and 12 magical scenes.
Fusing the 3000 year-old tradition of Chinese acrobatic arts with the multidisciplinary approach of Cirque du Soleil, Dralion draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and its never-ending quest for harmony between humans and nature.
This theatre is exclusively devoted to presenting innovative new works by Québec playwrights.
A Holiday Interlude with Les Idées heureuses A show for the whole family that blends music, dance and readings (in French), complete with decor, masks and costumes.