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Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

17,39$ + taxes per adult

9,56$ CAD + taxes / (student: 18-30 years old) */ 5,21$ CAD + taxes (13 – 17 years old) */ Free (12 years old and under)

Description: one entrance to see the exhibitions at the Fine Art Museum of Québec.
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?: Gérard-Morisset Pavilion
- From November 15th 2018 To November 10th 2019: This first permanent gallery devoted exclusively to Québec design and fine crafts will bring together some seventy-five objects (glasswork, ceramics, furniture, posters, etc.) by fifty artists who have left their mark on the past sixty years of Québec’s history.

 

https://www.mnbaq.org/en/exhibition/where-do-we-come-from-what-are-we-where-are-we-going-1260

White Mirage: Gérard-Morisset Pavilion

-From November 15th 2018 To May 12th 2019: Whether or not we appreciate it, winter is an integral part of what we are. It demands resilience and adaptation. It instils great happiness in some and provokes recriminations and anxiety in others. It is, nevertheless, images and mores linked to northern latitudes that fascinate outsiders. The mythic Québec winter is represented by vast white spaces, underground cities, log cabins and winter sports, which visitors are sure to find engaging.

https://www.mnbaq.org/en/exhibition/white-mirage-1261

Marcel Barbeau – En Mouvement

-October 11th 2018 To January 6th 2019: This major exhibition, the most ambitious ever dedicated to the artist, encompasses his entire career, from the late 1940s to his last work (2015). A notable figure in contemporary Canadian art, Marcel Barbeau produced an impressive body of more than 4,000 works spanning seven decades. Intersecting several significant periods in the history of recent art, his output provides an overview as singular as it is insightful.

https://www.mnbaq.org/en/exhibition/marcel-barbeau-1258

350 Years of Artistic Practices In Québec

-October 15th 2018 To November 15th 2019:  In keeping with changes in museology and society’s current perception of its heritage, the MNBAQ wishes to highlight the individuals who have shaped the history of Québec art. Sustained by visual culture, the history of cultural life, gender and postcolonial studies, 350 Years of Artistic Practices in Québec seeks to offer a bold synthesis of the history of visual culture, from New France to the counterculture of the 1960s.

https://www.mnbaq.org/en/exhibition/350-years-of-artistic-practices-in-quebec-1259

From Ferron to BGL/ Contemporary Art In Quebec – Any time.

This exhibition presents more than 60 key works from 1960 to today by essential figures in the history of Québec art. In the wake of the redefinition of Quebec identity brought about by the Quiet Revolution, art in Québec went through unprecedented upheavals, whose range of repercussions this retrospective look will enable us to grasp. Work by well-known artists, major events and artistic movements will thus be put in perspective in a unique presentation employing astonishing associations. Complemented by historical information and contextual references, this innovative panorama of the history of contemporary art will reveal the mutual influences and shared sensibilities that have animated artists and the great currents of contemporary art.

Inuit Art / Brousseau Collection / Ilippunga– Any time.

This exceptional display provides a whole new experience of Inuit art, with a selection of more than 100 works from the Brousseau Inuit Art collection from the past sixty years by more than sixty artists from Nunavik, Québec and from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Conceived around the Inuit concept IQ (Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in Inuktitut), the exhibition will illustrate the ancestral values, skills and know-how found in the culture of the Canadian far north, which artists have imbued in their work.

The Museum: the Museum is located on the Battle Field, called Plaines of Abraham. This urban park is very prestigious and known in the world. 108 hectares of plaines, trees and gardens. This green oasis in the middle of Quebec city welcomes daily thousands of visitors. Behind the Museum, a spectacular view to the gardens and the Saint Lawrence River.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 5pm (half-rate on Wednesdays, until 9pm). Closed on Mondays and on Christmas day, December 25th.
For more informations regarding exhibitions and collections, please consult their new website:

Add on the entrance to the Musée to your stay at Royal Champêtre. Choose your dates, room category, send us your request.

Culturel package starting at 148,78$ + taxes (1 night, double occupancy in room with double bed, breakfast for two and entrance for two adults at the Musée). Supplement applies for others type of rooms and during Holiday Season. Package rates valid until June 23rd 2019. Please consult.

* Student and children entrance ticket are to be paid directly at the Museum.