June 1, 2017
For each circuit, a guide will accompany you through the artistic program of the MURAL Festival at the heart of Old Montreal, where you will get the chance to witness an aerial masterpiece being realized on Saint-Paul Street and a series of freestanding murals*, produced live by the artists. You will also discover key galleries of the world of contemporary arts, beginning with the MURAL Art Fair at the Bonsecours Market. The tour lasts 90 minutes and is accessible to all, so come on down with the whole family!
*The unique works of art are all produced by the artists of the MURAL Festival on freestanding canvases, yours to discover!
Featuring a total of five murals: two located in front of the Bonsecours Market (Artists Marc Sirus and Mateo) and three on Saint-Paul Street between Saint-Nicolas Street and Saint-Pierre Street (Artists Pony, Jimmy Chiale and ASTRO)
Cost: $15 + tax
June 8 and 9 – 1 PM
June 10 and 11 – 4 PM
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The mission of the Phi Centre is to make art as accessible as possible to as many people as possible and to promote all forms of meetings and exchanges between artists, their work and different publics. By making art a landmark for discovery and discourse, Phi cements its place in our society.