During the summer season, the MMFA will be offering a wide range of art activities for young and old alike:
Outdoor creative family workshops
The Secret Life of Trees: Get creative with your family while enjoying art and nature. Take part in a printing and drawing workshop using a slice of log, inspired by the Kings of Thule series by artist Jean Paul Riopelle, subject of a major exhibition at the MMFA this summer.
Nature Prints: In this cyanotype workshop, inspired by the exhibitions Ecologies: A Song for Our Planet and Yann Pocreau: Impermanencies, discover a photographic printing process in which you work with Mother Nature to create an artwork.
Guided tours outdoors
Follow the guide! Let's Talk Sculpture highlights the works of local and international artists that make up the Museum's Sculpture Garden, one of Montreal's most important public art collections. Let's Talk Architecture offers you the opportunity to discover the history and the various architectural styles that characterize Canada’s oldest art museum.
New! School of Art – Youth Program
This summer, the School of Fine Arts is offering a series of virtual art classes for 8- to 17-year-olds. Led by a professional artist on the Zoom platform, these classes will allow them to express themselves and explore a variety of artistic mediums and techniques. Art supplies are included in the registration fee and are mailed to participants.
Major Patron: Fondation de la Chenelière
Major Partners: BMO and Power Corporation of Canada
With the support of DeSerres