March 19th 2017 to January 28th 2018
The hat, a prominent costume accessory is overstated in the exhibition Hold on to your hat! Entirely made up of artifacts from the Museum's collection, the corpus of hats presented reflects a typological diversity of genres and ages as well as a geographical diversity in that it contains artifacts originating from
April 23rd to October 22nd
In order to commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of Expo 67 the Museum proposes the exhibit: Such memories!... Expo67. This will be a look into this universal event which marked the whole national history. The particularity of this exhibition lies in the fact that it is mainly based on the recollections of the inhabitants of the region.
September 17th to November 5th
Lisa Baldwin, guided by her passion for the outdoors presents Haïku. These are short poems pertaining to small details which are present in nature, time and space. Haikus embody perfectly the philosophy of the artist. Materialized with oil paintings on wood, on canvas and on cardboard, they are of medium and large dimensions.
September 24th to November 5th
Through a series of photographs taken over a period of 5 years, Paul Jolicoeur proposes Impressions sénégalaises which shows the beauty of the overflowing lifestyle of the inhabitants of a fishing district in Senegal who take full ownership of their streets each and every day.