Is the CCC accessible to people with reduced mobility ?
Yes, the CCC is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
What is the admission fee for the CCC ?
All activities organized by the CCC are free.
For certain activities, you must reserve directly on the event page. Please note that certain activities organized by our partners must be paid for.
May photos of the exhibition be taken ?
Taking photographs is authorized for personal, non-commercial use. Tripods are not permitted.
Does the CCC offer English classes ?
The CCC does not offer English classes.
I am a Canadian artist and would like to realize a cultural project in France. Can the CCC help or support me ?
The CCC is not an artistic agency and cannot help you find a performance space, tour dates or exhibition or make contact with French professionals and institutions.
Visual Arts: The Canadian Cultural Centre conceives and coproduces three exhibitions a year. These exhibitions are organized by the centre’s exhibitions curator or guest curators from Canadian, French and international public institutions. The exhibitions reflect the diversity of Canadian contemporary artistic creation and are often linked to partnerships that maximize its visibility and impact.
The Canadian Cultural Centre does not accept speculative proposals or unsolicited project submissions.
Submitting an information package. Only Canadian professional artists who are already well-known in Canada and curators affiliated to cultural institutions recognized by the Canada Council for the Arts or the Canadian Museums Association may submit an information package.
Please send your information packages to : email@example.com
I am a French artist and I would like to realize a cultural project in Canada. Can the CCC help or support me ?
No, the goal of the CCC is to promote Canadian culture in France. If you would like to mount an exhibition or perform in Canada, we advise you to contact the Embassy of France in Ottawa: www.ambafrance-ca.org, the Consulat général de France in Toronto: www.consulfrance-toronto.org, the Consulat général de France in Montreal: http://www.consulfrance-montreal.org/, the Consulat général de France in Quebec:
www.consulfrance-quebec.org or the Institut Français in Paris: www.institutfrancais.com.