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Outdoor dance performances
The Quarters Dance Festival is back in force for its 20the A version with 30 outdoor shows – and completely free – in addition to its indoor programming. From September 7 to 18, dances and performances with artists from here are planned in various iconic locations of the city (Jardins Gamelin, place des Festivals, parc du Bassin-a-Gravier in Griffintown, avenue Bernard in Outremont, etc.). Besides.
Rhythms of an open world
From September 15 to 24, L’Art en soi festival offers six free dance evenings with musicians. live. The outdoor esplanade of the Place des Arts will be transformed into a large open-air dance floor, with Philippe Fehmiu in charge, while dancers and DJs will introduce you to the rhythms of samba, Guinean dance or Bollywood.
Meetings and literary exchanges
As part of the next International Festival of Literature (FIL), Diversity Space is organizing five free literary lunches at the Quater des Spectacles in the Grand Salon of the Esplanade Tranquil Pavilion. Every day, from Monday 26 September to Friday 30 September, at dinner time, authors including Jean-Paul Eith, Louise Dupre and Sophie Bienvenue will have a conversation around fantasy, love or environmental crisis.
Make way for budding artists
From September 28 to October 2, Pop Montreal Festival is a must with its low-cost performances and many free events in the Mile-End arena. Free-entry activities include an evening reading at the Rialto highlighting Montreal’s French and English editions, the exhibition’s opening; At a distance – from within Or three films will be screened in diaspora at Cinema Modern.
Cinema at the Grande Bibliothèque
Every Friday evening, it’s movie night at the Grande Bibliothèque. Films of all genres are screened for free as part of the Big Views series. One Sunday afternoon a month is P’tites Vues, when children’s movies are screened. Please note that we cannot take reservations (first come first served). We also don’t want to miss the series of lectures Paper memoryEspecially at the Moliere Theater in Quebec, The 1R November (free with booking).
Attention-grabbing Nordic culture
The immersive festival of culture and Scandinavian and Nordic art – FIKA(S) – is back in Montreal after a three-year absence. From October 17th to 23rd, the entrance fee is a voluntary contribution ($5 or $10) to various events offering several activities – such as the Gallimard bookstore, Boulevard Saint-Laurent or a discussion with Icelandic writer Aur Ava Álafsdóttir, a concert of traditional Swedish music, followed by a workshop, at the Place des Arts. at the Center de Creation o Vertigo.
An exhibition by Michael Tremblay
Until October 9th, the Maison de la culture du Plateau-Mont-Royal invites us to discover the watercolors of author Michel Tremblay for free. Exhibition Michel Tremblay – Painter of Unity She brings together 38 of her works painted during her stay in Key West, which she donated to the nonprofit organization Center for Lesbian Solidarity. A great opportunity to discover this native of the plateau differently.
When drawing meets the circus
TOHU continues to offer all kinds of free activities. From September 7 to October 16, it will host the Espace Cascades exhibition Abbreviations, which was created as part of a three-month residency on its campus this summer. Artist Onira Lucier draws inspiration from her forays into rehearsal studios and circus performance halls to create designs that pay homage to the circus arts.
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