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The Ballerina

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While the space fills with the musical emanations of Glenn Gould’s piano playing, accompanied by a cellist, the ballerina twirls around, like those in the music boxes of our youth. Through this prima ballerina, we pay tribute to Les Grands Ballets Canadiens dance company by marking its sixtieth anniversary. Founded in 1958 by Ludmilla Chiriaeff, […]


THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES

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IN HONOUR OF FRÉDÉRIC BACK “When I consider that a single man, relying only on his own simple physical and moral resources, was able to transform a desert into this land of Canaan, I am convinced that despite everything, the human condition is truly admirable.” – JEAN GIONO The mosaiculture piece The Man Who Planted […]


THE BIRD TREE

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“Today, we are eliminating over a thousand times more species than we were before the industrial era. This extinction on a massive scale, the sixth such episode in Earth’s history, is caused by man. And man could well be the victim.” – HUBERT REEVES The Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal team put all its passion and […]


Gatineau’s Great Summer Event

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Starting June 22, the City of Gatineau will be the host of an international calibre horticultural exhibit: Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018. Forty-five very large—some even immense!—vegetal sculptures will be on display in the enchanting site that is Jacques-Cartier Park, sitting on the rivers of the Outaouais River and a stone’s throw from the Museum of History, the […]