Until October 15
Last time in Canada!

Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018
Larger than life!

5.5 million
plants of 210 species and varieties
45 majestic floral masterpieces,
composed of more than 125 works
60 to 90 minutes
of fun on a path that’s over 1 km long

A grand exhibition

Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 is an exhibition unique in its kind in the world and one of the most spectacular ever presented. This year, for the first time, a garden on the exhibition site presents and identifies all the plants used. You’re also invited to attend demonstrations to discover how a Mosaiculture work is made.

Over 12 million visitors from around the world have admired the works since the creation of mosaïcultures in 2000. Come check it out!

The Man Who Planted Trees – tribute to Frédéric Back

A colourful program!

September 22 and 23
The Culture Trail

Did you know that the honorary patron of Gatineau’s Culture Trail this year was none other than famous Gatineau giant Jos Montferrand, featured in MG2018’s number 27 mosaiculture?

The Culture Trail, inspired by Boston’s famous Freedom Trail, takes residents and visitors through downtown Gatineau on a journey of discovery and rediscovery! This three kilometre course through city streets links points of interest, exhibits and various entertainment sites, as well as a terrific selection of restaurants.

This weekend, celebrate culture and discover some of the 11 attractions (culture, civic life, public markets and heritage sites), 20 public artworks, 10 murals, 12 exhibition and performance venues, nine guided tours, seven self-guided tours and a host of programmed activities at Jacques-Cartier Park. Visit gatineau.ca/viebranchee for full details.

Corrid’Art Recycl’Art Ville de Gatineau Vision Centre-Ville Tourisme Outaouais
exhibition featuring the work of sculptors Angèle Lux and Béla Simo. The two-dimensional works of artists Gilles Pelletier, Catherine Garcia Cournoyer and Steve Coffin, Luce Marquis and Nicole Sénécal will also be featured.

UNAM-Canada, the National Autonomous University of Mexico’s extension school in Canada, will also present its cultural program with exhibitions, a choir and a theatre troupe. Members of the general public can enjoy many free activities and immerse themselves in Mexican and Hispanic culture.


Every Saturday and Sunday

Experience the real cultural traditions of the Algonquin Nation. Two shows a day, every Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. See you there!


All summer long

The AAAO will set up shop and present works at Jacques-Cartier Park. On board the TRANSISTRUCK, a mobile radio studio, local poets, novelists, playwrights, slammers and essayists will share their stories with Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 visitors.


Getting there

The entrance to the exhibit is located at the corner of Laurier and Saint-Étienne streets.

Route : STO (31, 33, 67) OC Transpo (44)

Consult the map for the parking lots location