As part of its annual fundraising campaign, the MMFA is looking for people who like playing games to lend their image to a work of art! We’re designing communication tools for the campaign that will reproduce works from our collection. But instead of the original subjects, these pieces will feature the faces of volunteers who are willing to appear in the MMFA’s annual campaign!
Models wanted! We’re looking for four to six people (men, women, and children) to help us re-create a number of works of art, several of which will be displayed in the new Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace.
The participants will be asked to dress in a period costume and pose for a team of professional photographers to reproduce a striking work of art.
If you are interested in being part of this unique experience, contact us now with your photo at [email protected]. The photo shoots will take place in September, and participants must be available for half a day.
Your invaluable support makes it possible for the Museum to maintain its innovative, exceptional programming year after year. You are an important part of the success of the MMFA, the most visited museum in Canada. We wish to express our deep gratitude to you for that!
François de Troy (Toulouse 1645 – Paris 1730), Presumed Portrait of Madame de Franqueville and Her Children, 1712. MMFA, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Michal Hornstein