This exhibition traces the history of hip-hop culture in Quebec, exploring its many facets and its place in society.
René Lévesque is indisputably a key figure in Quebec's political landscape. This exhibition will paint an intimate portrait of the famous political and public figure.
This powerful art installation was created by master carver Carey Newman, member of the Kwakwaka'wakw First Nation and Coast Salish, in order to pay tribute to the victims of the residential school era and to symbolize a necessary reconciliation.
Encouraging a more inclusive society, this exhibition explores various experiences of gender identity and their transformation over time and across cultures.
Une exposition qui aborde les changements climatiques en mettant en lumière des solutions concrètes pour amorcer un changement positif face à cet enjeu actuel majeur.