Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018
Larger than life!
plants of 210 species and varieties
composed of more than 125 works
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
Week after week since its June 22 opening, Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 has been expressing its unequivocal devotion to Gatineau, steadfastly demonstrating its involvement in the community and promoting the City’s values with the active support and involvement of all municipal elected representatives.
The Mosaïculture team feels particularly stricken by the tragedy now affecting a large number of Gatineau’s residents, the victims of the powerful tornado that violently struck close to one thousand people at the end of the afternoon last Friday.
The rescue teams responded quickly and effectively to limit the damages and bring as much support as possible to the stricken families.
While the Jacques-Cartier Park site was spared the brute force of the tornado, Mosaïculture wishes to show its solidarity with Gatineau’s citizens by helping them tackle the many challenges these people will be facing in the coming weeks, particularly those who lost virtually everything.
Consequently, M. Louis Roquet, President of Mosaïcultures internationales de Montréal, announces that the Organization will donate in full the earnings of Monday and Tuesday, September 24 and 25, to the Fund that is to be created to assist the victims.
For her part, Ms. Lise Cormier, Executive Vice-president and Director-General of the Organization, declared: “In these dramatic moments, it is important to show real solidarity with those affected by such a disaster.”
Further to this initiative, a donation box will be installed at the Mosaïculture site exit to gather individual cash donations in support of the campaign. Our wish is for this initiative to be emulated by many other Gatineau organizations so that the stricken people can quickly recover from their ordeal.
A colourful program!
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!