As of June 6, you can at last return to the MMFA!
The exhibition Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives, as the British Museum’s mummies and artifacts will exceptionally continue their adventure at the MMFA until June 28, 2020.
New health measures put in place will ensure our visitors’ safety as well as enable them to explore the exhibition more comfortably and in depth.
The new Stephan Crétier and Stéphany Maillery wing dedicated to the Arts of One World
Nathalie Bondil presents the new Stephan Crétier and Stéphany Maillery Wing for the Arts of One World. Its 10 fully refurbished galleries create a dialogue between works of ancient cultures and those by local and international contemporary artists from a renewed intercultural and transhistorical perspective.
Innovation in health and art therapy
The Michel de la Chenelière International Atelier for Education and Art Therapy makes it possible for the MMFA to consolidate its developmental focus on art therapy and well-being. All actions put in place are aimed at the same goal, namely to promote the well-being of a variety of groups, whether or not they have special needs.
Enjoy the benefits of Membership
In addition to unlimited, priority access to the exhibitions and collections, enjoy exclusive Member events, guided tours and more!
The MMFA’s website is funded by the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications as part of the implementation of measure 13 of Quebec’s digital culture plan.
Header video credits Serge Lemoyne, Dryden, 1975. MMFA, purchase, the MMFA’s Volunteer Association Fund. © Estate of Serge Lemoyne / SOCAN (2020) | Ron Martin, Ultramarine Blue, 1971. MMFA, purchase, the Canada Council for the Arts' Acquisition Assistance Program. © Ron Martin, CARCC (2020) | Guido Molinari, Green-blue Bi-serial, 1967. MMFA, purchase, Horsley and Annie Townsend Bequest. © Estate of Guido Molinari / SOCAN (2020) | Jim Dine, At the Carnival, 1996. MMFA, promised gift in honour of Phyllis Lambert. © Jim Dine / SOCAN (2020) | Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E., Pan, 2018. Loan from a private collection. © Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E. / SOCAN (2020) | Dale Chihuly, Ruby Pineapple Chandelier, from the series “Chandeliers & Towers”, 2013. MMFA, purchase in tribute to Liliane M. Stewart, made possible by the F. Cleveland Morgan Fund and the MMFA's Volunteer Association Fund. © 2020 Chihuly Studio / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOCAN, Montréal