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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.

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GRANDE Print Art Fair 2017 ARCMTL/ Expozine is proud to present the GRANDE Print Art Fair, gathering more than 60 artists and organizations selling posters and printed art, meet and mingle with the public and showcase the incredible vitality of this artistic community in Montreal. Silkscreen prints, letterpress, engravings, every form and every new trend in printed art will be on display! It’s your only chance each year to discover

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Expo 67 : Avant Garde! at theCinémathèque québécoise, 335 de Maisonneuve E. (corner St-Denis), Montreal Vernissage and projections, May 19, 17h – 22h. Free ! Exhibit : May 19 – 31. Click here to see the Facebook Event. 50 years ago this month, Montreal hosted the largest gathering of avant-garde art and design ever seen! Expo 67 was the 20th century’s most successful World’s Fair, taking place during a time

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Expo 67: Avant Garde! Vernissage, June 1, 17h – 21h; exhibit runs June 1 – 30 2017, Free admission. Casa del Popolo, 4873 St-Laurent. The event is part of the Suoni per il Popolo festival. Join the Facebook event! 50 years ago this month, Montreal hosted the largest gathering of avant-garde art and design ever seen! Expo 67 was the 20th century’s most successful World’s Fair, taking place during a

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Montreal literary DIALOGUES Featuring Catherine Kidd, Fortner Anderson, Kelly Nora Drukker, Jean-Luc Bonspiel and Natalie Thibault. In partnership with the Blue Metropolis Festival. $8.00 at the door, Le Divan Orange, 4234 St-Laurent, Tuesday, May 2 2017, 21h-00h. On Facebook. A literary dialogue between Montreal’s past and present, English and French. Poets read literary excerpts set in Montreal itself, from the 1800s to the present day, by a wide range of

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