Yes, there will be a lot of action at DHC/ART but also at the PHI Centre, the future major cultural hub in Old Montreal.
For its first collaboration between the two organizations we are presenting Lost Rivers: La PetiteSt-Pierre, which presents a re-imagining of Montreal’s rivers, now forced underground. And don’t miss our exhibition, Chronicles of a Disappearance! Coffee and cookies will be offered in both spaces to help you warm up.
And while we are in the theme of disappearance, we recommend you stop by the Centre d’histoire de Montréal to take in their exhibition Quartiers disparus and the Ciné-labyrinthe in collaboration with the NFB...Great ways to re-discover the city!
Don your scarves, tuques and mittens – we’ll be expecting you!
We will be offering not one, but three free activities!
February 7 and 8, we will be presenting two films directed by Elia Suleiman at the Museum of Fine Arts' Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium. Tuesday evening, February 7, we will be screening The Time that Remainsand Wednesday, February 8, Mr Suleiman will be present for a Q&A after the screening of Chronicle of a Disappearance. Free admission, first come first served.
February 9, our curator, John Zeppetelli will be giving a guided tour of Chronicles of a Disappearance at the gallery and will offer an analytical description of each of the works presented in the exhibition. Registration mandatory. For information and reservations: email@example.com
We hope to see your there! Keep an eye out for other upcoming events!