Saturday and Sunday, November 25 – 26, 11h à 18h, free admission!
Église Saint-Denis, 454 Laurier Est (across the street from Laurier metro).
Join the Facebook event here. To apply for a table, fill out the application form here by Monday, November 13, 2017.
Until then, stay up to date about our exhibitors’ and partners’ own launches and events by joining our Facebook group.
Arcmtl has had a very busy 2017 already! You can see photos on our image blog, such as from our Possibles project and book launch in April, our Grande Print Art Fair in May, our Expo 67: Avant Garde! exhibit in May at the Cinémathèque Québecoise and in June at Casa del Popolo, our poster exhibit at the 77 Montreal punk music festival in July, and the recent Kermesse held at longtime Expozine venue Saint-Enfant-Jésus.
In the meantime, you can like or follow our Facebook page or join our Facebook groups for Expozine and Distroboto to find out more !
On July 28, 2017, ARCMTL mounted a poster art exhibit in collaboration with Greenland during their 77 Montreal punk music festival. Held outdoors on a beautiful mid-summer day on Parc Jean-Drapeau, this was the first edition of this punk festival. The Montreal punk scene has for many years been known as being particularly nostalgic, with many fans of old-school punk, including bands from the early days of punk in 1977.Continue Reading >
In March 2017, we celebrated Distroboto’s Sweet Sixteen with a concert at Casa del Popolo, where the project was born in January 2001. L’expérience Distroboto est étroitement liée à la culture indépendante montréalaise et a été un succès dès ses débuts. Seize ans plus tard, les machines ont vendu plus de 100 000 œuvres réalisées par plus de 1200 artistes locaux et internationaux ! Pour souligner cet important anniversaire, durantContinue Reading >
On August 25-27 2017, the Médiathèque littéraire Gaëtan-Dostie, La Passe and Coop Coup d’griffe presented the Kermesse littéraire du Plateau, which took place in Lahaie park, in front of the St-Enfant-Jésus du Mile-End church, general quarters of Expozine for the past 15 years. ARCMTL was happy to take part to this event that allowed the public to discover local literature, print artworks as well as all kinds of books andContinue Reading >