Nuit Blanche avec/with Art Matters

Art Matters

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Join us for a spectacle of inescapable expression.

For the seventh year in a row, Art Matters will be celebrating Nuit Blanche for Montréal en lumière. In collaboration with MainLine Theatre and the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival, Art Matters presents In Between, an immersive event utilizing the space of a theatre as a living canvas.

Participants are invited to walk through the environs and intersect with various art forms, from dance to visual arts and theatre, becoming immersed in the creative process.

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Pour une septième année consécutive, Art Matters s’est donné à fond afin de célébrer la Nuit Blanche de Montréal en lumière. En collaboration avec le Théâtre MainLine et le Festival St-Ambroise FRINGE de Montréal, Art Matters est fier de présenter In Between, une expérience d’immersion dans l’art, un parcours dans un théâtre transformé en toile vivante.

Les participants seront invités à plonger dans la multitude d’œuvres pluridisciplinaires dont ils croiseront le chemin.


  • Saturday 2 March 2013 / 23:00

Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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