The must-see event of the re-entry, the Journées de la culture are now firmly part of the cultural landscape of Quebec. The 23rd edition will once again stop at TOHU and will offer free interactive interactive arts discovery and appreciation activities. Among these, one without a net will offer you the opportunity to attend the running numbers and to discuss with the artists about their creative process. In addition to this special presentation, TOHU will offer a guided tour of the open-air works, the circus and circus exhibitions of the City's public art program, as well as activities related to the exhibition of the moment.
Here are a few highlights:
Let our educational squad guide you through the Cité des arts du cirque and see Explositions by La Marche du Crabe and open-air works of art courtesy of TOHU, Cirque du Soleil and the National Circus School. Outdoor tours.
*Cancelled in case of rain
It is a welcomed TOHU initiative that showcases the talent of artists in an icebreaker setting. An ideal opportunity to admire them at a crucial phase, as they test out their act before an audience. A rare moment prior to the blooming of a new act, facilitated by an art mediator, who channels messages between the artist and the audience. Take a front-row seat to discover today’s circus… or rather tomorrow’s as a VIP!
THE FREE ACTIVITIES ARE MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE CITY OF MONTREAL.
ABOUT LA MARCHE DU CRABE
La marche du crabe is the union of Sandy Bessette and Simon Fournier, artists creators of live shows of all types. Their work blends the vocabulary of their various fields: dance, improv and theatre. Whether it be through improv, a chorus, a stage or street performance, the relationship between art and the public is a main focus for this troupe created in 2012.