4e Rendez-Vous des Arts Métissés

02 Jun The 4th edition of the Mixed Arts Festival at the Ashukan Cultural Space

THE 4TH EDITION OF THE MIXED ARTS FESTIVAL
IN THE HEART OF OLD MONTREAL
The Ashukan Cultural Space
June 17, 18 & 19th, 2016

Sacred Fire Productions is pleased to announce their free programming of shows and outdoor activities for the 4th edition of the Mixed Arts Festival, in partnership with the Musée Pointe-à-Callière, Château Ramezay and body Artistic Diversity Montreal. During these three days, festivalgoers can experience Aboriginal culture and interact with 40 artists, artisans and musicians.

LM Wind Power and Senvion Canada, the lead sponsors, are proud to partner with Sacred Fire Productions in promoting cultural exchange though art, creativity, education and community engagement.

Thank you to our supporters: Pointe-à-Callières, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History, the SDC du Vieux Montréal, Arrondissement Ville Marie, le Conseil des Arts de Montréal, Château Ramezay, Diversité Artistique Montréal, la Ville de Montréal et Bar à Beurre.

 

Friday June 17th, starting at 11:00am

Aboriginal crafts demonstration & exchange with the public
Painting Symposium; artists at work
Film projection “Chronique de Minganie” presented by filmmaker Eddy Malenfant

7:00pm musical performance by Cris Derksen  on la Place Royale (Musée Pointe-à-Callière)

Saturday June 18th, starting at 11:00am

Aboriginal crafts demonstration & exchange with the public
Painting Symposium; artists at work
Film projection “Chronique de Minganie” presented by filmmaker Eddy Malenfant

7:00pm musical performance by Logan Staats on la Place Royale (Musée Pointe-à-Callière)

 

Sunday June 19th, starting at 11:00am

Aboriginal crafts demonstration & exchange with the public
Painting Symposium; artists at work

6:00pm musical performance by Moe Clark on la Place Royale (Musée Pointe-à-Callière)