The Canada Council for the Arts (French: Conseil des Arts du Canada), commonly called the Canada Council, is a Crown Corporation established in 1957 to act as an arts council of the government of Canada, created to foster and promote the study and enjoyment of, and the production of works in, the arts. It funds Canadian artists and encourages the production of art in Canada. The current board chair of the Canada Council is Pierre Lassonde. (Source: Wikipedia, 2018)
(Français) Journée Internationale des Droits des Femmes
For International Women’s Day on March 8, 2023, the Canadian Cultural Centre and Afropolitain Nomade are pleased to present the collective Les so(u)rcières in partnership with the Canada Council for the Arts, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the Centre...
Art Napoleon, Looee Arreak and Morgan Toney
International Decade of Indigenous Languages
Indigenous languages will be celebrated through music! The Canadian Cultural Centre, in partnership with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the Canada Council for the Arts, is hosting Canadian Indigenous artists to mark the launch of International Decade of Indigenous...
Dominique Blain : Displacements
In view of major political crises, wars, repression of freedom, vandalism and natural disasters, what do works of art represent for us? And what are we prepared to do to protect a masterpiece? The exhibition brings together a series of...
Opening Thursday April 18, 2019 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (last entrance 20:00) Guided tour with the artist at 17 p.m. (by reservation) The most recent photographs and watercolors of Canadian artist Elaine Stocki are brought together here for the first...
The Canadian Cultural Centre is pleased to present Shannon Bool’s first solo exhibition in France. Bool is an internationally recognized contemporary artist based in Berlin. Produced by the Musée d’art de Joliette, the exhibition is enriched in Paris by several...
The Sleeping Green
Vernissage le samedi 1er avril de 16h à 20h – Entrée libre Rencontre avec l’artiste et la commissaire en anglais, à 17h sur réservation : email@example.com Dianne Bos a emprunté le titre de cette exposition au célèbre poème Break of...
Michèle Lemieux / The Whole and Its Parts. From Drawing to Film Animation
Public opening, Thursday, April 14, 6–8 p.m., in the presence of the artist and the curator, Angela Grauerholz (welcoming address, 6:30 p.m.) The work of Michèle Lemieux, illustrator of children’s books, animated filmmaker and educator, proposes a reflection on the...
Aude Moreau. The Political Nightfall
The photographic, film and sound works of Aude Moreau cast a hitherto unexampled light on the North American city, with its modernist grid, its towers soaring to breathtaking heights, its illuminated logos speaking the language of the multinationals, its solids...
«Get Hold of This Space»
La carte de l’art conceptuel au Canada - Part 1
Opening February 6, 2014 5 pm : Presentation of the exhibition by curator Barbara Fischer. 6 p.m to 8:30 pm (last access 8 pm). / Free admission The Canadian Cultural Centre presents, in two successive parts, a major exhibition on...
Eric Cameron : Record of Work
Originally from England and currently living in Canada, where he has spent the greater part of his life, Eric Cameron is a major figure in Canadian art. Eric Cameron is best known for his famous Thick Paintings, a series of...