From June 11 to October 15, 2017
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, the City of Pointe-Claire is offering a special program of cultural activities, lectures, exhibitions, concerts and shows organized with and for the community on the magnificent grounds of the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre located on the shores of Lake Saint-Louis.
The Geopoetics project consists of an outdoor art path, an exhibition at the Art Gallery and participatory activities for the whole family; it provides an opportunity to experiment with various visions of the space and territory that form the mosaic of Canadian identity. Visitors are invited to follow their intuition to discover the outline of a poetic geography that is an integral part of our vast landscape and of a mixed population that is always on the move. This sensitive journey proposes a reflection on the underlying patterns of our collective identity.
August 2, 2017.
Stewart Hall receives a grant from the Government of Canada for the Geopoetics cultural project.
Every Sunday until September 3, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Take part into one of our free Sunday guided tours