Reserve a MAC adult program designed for different groups of adults: college, university, professional, tourist or any other group interested in art.

Our team of passionate art mediators is waiting for you.

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From April 17 to June 20, 2024

The exhibition femmes volcans forêts torrents invites you to immerse yourself in the world of nine women artists who live in Québec. From drawings to video installations, 3D animations, and sculptural and audio elements, you will have a chance to take an attentive look at the land and the natural elements that compose it. Reflecting this theme, in the workshop you will experiment with creative strategies for using recycled materials. The images that you create will allow you to express your environmental concerns.




femmes volcans forêts torrents
From April 16 to August 18, 2024

Works by Asinnajaq, Jacynthe Carrier, Maria Ezcurra, Caroline Gagné, Anahita Norouzi, Nelly-Eve Rajotte, Sabrina Ratté, Sonia Robertson, and Malena Szlam

In an ambience that fosters conversation and questions, the interactive visit to this exhibition will familiarize you with the work of nine women artists living in Québec whose practices are involved with the land and its natural elements. From drawings to video installations, 3D animations, and sculptural and audio elements, the art mediator will guide you in a reflection about the connections between art and natural spaces.


Additional information

Workshop/Tour Tandem

From Tuesday to Friday (duration 2 hours)

  • 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (available for 1 or 2 groups)
  • 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (available for 1 or 2 groups)

Maximum 25 people per group (minimum 10).

All activities are tailored to suit the specific needs of the group.


Available at all times depending on availability


College and university groups:
• Workshop/Tour Tandem: free
• Tour or Workshop: free

Adult groups:
• Workshop/Tour Tandem: $15 per person
• Tour or Workshop: $10 per person

Please reserve by using the online form.

It is also possible to reserve by phone at 514 847-6253, Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or by email: [email protected]

Individual workshops are also available upon request.

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Past activities

Show Off Your Voice
From November 1 to December 21, 2023

First, a visit to the exhibition Velvet Terrorism: Pussy Riot’s Russia will introduce your group to the actions of this art collective, formed in Moscow in 2011. Videos, photographs, and texts present the story of the collective, which denounces the Russian state’s injustices against its citizens. You will take inspiration from this exhibition as you participate in a collective workshop and contribute to a mural that responds to current events. As you use expressive images, writing, and interventions, you’ll be encouraged to think about local, national, and international issues.

Human Silhouettes
From January 10 to March 8, 2024

Please note that this Tandem is fully booked.
During the interactive visit, you will have a chance to explore a mural populated with human silhouettes, made by Senegal-born Canadian artist Anna Binta Diallo. You will also discover a selection of video works from the Museum’s collection that feature bodies moving, dancing, or posing. After experiencing these artworks, in the workshop you will create colourful characters that take shape through a combination of fragments of images from the past and present.

Velvet Terrorism: Pussy Riot’s Russia
From October 31, 2023, to March 10, 2024

During the interactive visit to the exhibition Velvet Terrorism: Pussy Riot’s Russia, you will learn about the actions that this feminist art collective has taken. An art mediator will help you understand Pussy Riot’s work in the political and social context of Russia over the last decade. The art mediator will also engage you in a discussion about the power – and limitations – of art to denounce injustices and “change the world.”