A non-profit organization dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art, housed in two heritage buildings, that each year we offers three major exhibitions, public events, collaborative projects and an education program.
451 & 465, St-Jean Street – website
PHI creates a gathering place for art and makes art essential.
407, Saint-Pierre Street – website
A creative & out-of-the-box seasonal bar in Marconi-Alexandra.
6731, de l’Esplanade – website
A visual art center, founded and directed by non-profit arts organization Quartier Ephemere. Its’ aim is to support the creation, production, and dissemination of contemporary artworks.
745, Rue Ottawa – website
For 15 years, night and day, Laïka is the favorite spot for the media and arts community in Montreal. Food, drinks in a relaxing, cozy atmosphere with top notch electronic music.
4040, Boulevard Saint-Laurent – website
An artist centre that favours the development of art practices locally, nationally and internationally, with activities that encompass visual- & media arts, performing arts and new technologies.
4001, Berri; local 300 – website
CASA DEL POPOLO
Montréal’s only vegetarian hot-spot, that is part fair-trade café, part music venue, part resto-bar and part art gallery.
4873, Boulevard Saint-Laurent – website
Skol invites artists and other art professionals (curators, historians, art educators etc.) to engage with the centre as a physical and critical space to produce live experience.
372, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest – website
It’s not uncommon to find yourself amongst musicians, artists, students and bike messengers here, who all appreciate the charm and rag-tag decor.
5490, Boulevard Saint-Laurent – website
MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN DE MONTRÉAL
Founded in 1964, to build a collection of contemporary works by artists from Montréal, Québec, Canada and around the world.
185, Sainte-Catherine Ouest – website