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REPAIRE, proud partner of the 41st Art Film Festival

The International Film Festival on Art is unveiling its 41st edition. From March 24 to April 2, 220 films from 49 countries, including 67 world premieres and 41 Canadian premieres will be presented in theatres in Montreal and Quebec City, as well as online via ARTS.FILM.

Several activities will also be organized on the sidelines of the screenings, such as the FIFA EXPÉRIMENTAL event in which REPAIRE is a partner!


With this out-of-competition and invitation-only section developed by visual and media arts curator Nicole Gingras, discover (in theatres only) four programs that focus on innovative approaches to film and video in three main areas: creative processes, ways in which artists work together to produce a work, and the materiality of sounds and images.

To view the full FIFA programming, click here and for more information on FIFA EXPÉRIMENTAL, it’s here!


Canada Council for the Arts Annual Public Meeting January 24, 2023

The Canada Council for the Arts held an Annual Public Meeting on January 24, 2023 regarding its 2021-2026 strategic plan, Art, More Than Ever, which aims to rebuild the arts sector on a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable basis.

This plan sets out three broad directions :

– Invest in reconstruction and innovation.
– Increase the benefits of the arts to society.
– Encourage and enhance collaboration and partnerships.

To view the recording of the event click here.


Culturepédia – Project to pool data in trust for cultural organizations

Culture pour tous has just launched the Culturepédia project, the first cultural data trust serving Canadian and Acadian francophone organizations.

Culturepédia is a social utility trust whose mission is to promote the sharing and sharing of cultural data, in order to allow its aggregation, protection, processing and valuation, while ensuring ethical governance, prudent and responsible for this data. It was set up by Culture pour tous, with five pioneering partners.

Introduced into the Quebec Civil Code in 1994, the Social Utility Trust allows for the perpetual protection of a heritage – whether natural, material or intangible – for the public good.


Action Plan for Human Resources in Culture 2023-2028

Competence Culture invites you to the launch of its 2023-2028 Action Plan for Human Resources in Culture on Monday, March 20, at 10:00 a.m., in the quiet Esplanade Backstage Room at 1442 Clark Street in Montreal. This action plan is the result of a broad public consultation and focuses on improving working and practice conditions across the arts sector.

This Action Plan presents concrete solutions to the challenges of recovery and labour shortages in the cultural sector, which has been particularly hard hit by the pandemic.  Drawn up in an iterative manner, it reflects the powerful spirit of collaboration that has enabled us to go beyond the specific interests of the various spheres of the sector to stand together around common issues.

Competence Culture invites you to register to celebrate the event. Reserve your place now by filling out this Google form.


Mode : face-to-face and virtual (Facebook Live)
Date et heure : March 20, 10:00 a.m.
Lieu : salle Arrière-Scène de l’Esplanade Tranquille, 1442, Clark, Montreal H2X 1Z7


Sight+ Sound – Finaliste aux 37e grands prix du Conseil de Montréal 

SIGHT+SOUND 2022, an initiative of the Eastern Bloc exhibition and creative centre, is among the finalists for the 37th Grand Prix of the Conseil des arts de Montréal! The winning project will receive a $10,000 grant from Télé-Québec and will be unveiled on April 6.

By voting, you can win $500 to exchange among the cultural offerings of nearly 725 Montreal arts organizations supported by the Council.

To vote is this way.


Plural, Contemporary Art Fair

From April 21 to 23, the Plural Fair will host more than 45 galleries from 8 Canadian cities at the Grand Quai. Formerly Paper, the Plural Fair celebrates the best of contemporary art in Canada. Plural celebrates the best of contemporary art in Canada. Created by and for galleries, the fair brings together and presents the plurality of voices and works in contemporary art in the country. It raises the practices of the art market: on the one hand, with a rigorous selection of galleries presenting carefully chosen artists and works; on the other hand, through an accessible programming addressing the current themes of the field of arts. Plural promotes the discovery of new voices and forms of expression in cutting-edge contemporary art, while cultivating a sense of community within the Canadian artistic community.