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Voices of the Quartier des spectacles

Voices of the Quartier des Spectacles is a window on the people and places that make Montreal’s cultural heart beat. From festivals to performance venues, from restaurants to avant-garde art. Every week, you’re invited to discover the city’s liveliest square kilometre!

NEWS FROM THE BELGO

  • 15
  • April
  • 2008

Since March 20th, 2008, the former Liane and Danny Taran Gallery of the Saidye Bronfman Centre has occupied a space in the Belgo Building, under the name SBC Galerie d’art contemporain.

Its mandate remains the same: to increase public

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BARCELONE@MONTRÉAL

  • 9
  • April
  • 2008

A research workshop, held to compare the origins and processes of creativity in the cities of Barcelona and Montreal, was held on April 7th and 8th at HEC Montréal. A total of over 150 people participated in

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LE MONTRÉAL DU FUTUR

  • 1
  • April
  • 2008

From March 25th to March 31st, the Quartier des spectacles took part in the second edition of Montréal du Futur, held by BOMA QUÉBEC (the Building Owners and Managers Association) at the Grande place inside Complexe Desjardins

This exposition emphasized

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A new vocation for the Blumenthal Building

  • 28
  • February
  • 2008

The Blumenthal building, abandoned since 2003, will house the Maison du festival de Jazz, thanks to a $8.9 million subsidy from the Government of Quebec.

After repeatedly expressing our desire to make this building a symbol of neighbourhood

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All-Nighter in the Quartier des spectacles

  • 1
  • February
  • 2008

The new lighting installations of the Quartier des spectacles are transforming for the fifth Montreal All-Nighter on Saturday march 1st 2008.

First stop: the facade of the NFB CineRobotheque will turn into a giant screen showing a live mix

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Place des festivals: construction begins

  • 29
  • January
  • 2008

The Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal (SHDM) announced the start of work on the first phase of the Special Planning Programme (SPP) for the Place des Arts area.

The Balmoral block is currently surrounded by a

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