D’UN OEIL DIFFÉRENT

ÉCOMUSÉE DU FIER MONDE

March 7 – March 18, 2018

You can observe Quebec intellectual disability week by visiting a visual arts exhibition featuring the works of more than 200 emerging and professional artists and performers, some of whom have an intellectual disability or a pervasive developmental disorder. The exhibition D’un œil différent aims to raise awareness concerning issues of inclusion while introducing the public to the work of these talented artists.

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILMS ON ART (FIFA)

CINÉMATHÈQUE QUÉBÉCOISE

March 8 – March 18, 2018

www.artfifa.com

Sculptures, paintings, and photography make a splash on the big screen at the 36th annual International Festival of Films on Art. Find a new appreciation for countless different forms of art through films created around the world showcasing the talents of artists and filmmakers alike. Venues around the city include the Cinematheque Quebecoise. This is the largest festival in the world celebrating films on art.

PETITS PIEDS À GRIGNOTER

LA TOHU

March 6 – March 10, 2018

You can take your family to a show that blends the wonders of the circus and traditional theatre – together.  Featuring two international circus stars and a talented child star, Petits Pieds à Grignoter, or ” Eat Sweet Feet,” tells the story of an eight-year-old boy with a rich imagination, who transforms the world around him into a fantasy universe inhabited by ogres and trolls.

 

Written by Catherine McAuliffe and Paul Larson