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GRANDE Print Art Fair and Montreal’s first annual Printed Art Festival

ARCMTL was very proud to present the first annual GRANDE Print Art Fair, a gathering of more than 50 artists and organizations from Montreal’s printmaking and poster art community. It was held on Saturday May 7, 2016 at 5445 de Gaspé, capping off Montreal’s first annual Printed Art Festival (Festival des Arts Imprimés de Montréal).

View the web page for the GRANDE Print Art Fair for more information. We have posted photos of the event here, and you can see more on the Facebook page for the Montreal Printed Art Festival.

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