Cultural initiatives in Old Montreal
While the current state of the world is forcing us to slow down and stay home, collective solidarity has never been more important. Creative, gourmet and supportive initiatives are multiplying to help Montrealers and their families better manage this difficult moment. We have selected for you a few cultural initiatives going on in our neighbourhood, to enjoy from a distance.
The Phi Center – Collaborative Art
Since March 26th, the Phi Center has been transformed into a platform for common expression and offers a movement for artistic collaborations called Living Traces. Professional or amateur artists can participate in this artistic game.
Montreal Science Center – Knowledge through games
The Science Center invites young scientists on their website with a varied choice of games and experiences, helping them learn while having fun. No chemist’s accessories needed, all the experiments are simple, safe and can be carried out with everyday objects. A great time for young and old!
Pointe-à-Callière Museum – Culture from the living room
The Pointe-à-Callière Museum invites itself to your home with its exhibition “The Incas… treasures of Peru”, through original video capsules animated by experts and an overview of objects from Inca crafts: jewelry, tools, works of art and clothing.Take part in this journey dating back 200 years before our era on the museum’s website, here.
The establishment also offers many activities for children: creative art, games, and even coloring for little ones. We invite you to take a family culture break in the comfort of your living room.
Darling Foundry – Virtual stroll
The Darling Foundry opens its virtual doors to those interested in Michael Eddy’s “Je suis” exhibit. This invites us to question ourselves about individual expression, a movement today, more important than ever.
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