'Balade pour la Paix' at McGill: Weekly Tours

Jonathan Borofsky, Human Structures Vancouver (detail), 2010. On loan from the Vancouver Biennale; Joe Fafard, Mahihkan, 2015 (cast 2016). Fafard Sculpture Inc.

 

Join us every Tuesday and Thursday for free and guided tours of Balade pour la Paix, an open-air museum along Sherbrooke Street, which takes as its theme the possibility of openness, peace, and diversity among nations. Created by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, in collaboration with McGill University, the exhibition is part of the official program of Montreal's 375th anniversary, and also commemorates the 50th anniversary of Expo 67, and the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation.

Experience the big, bright sculpture lining McGill's campus, together with photography installations and international flags, as you tour one part of this monumental exhibition.

Rain or shine. No registration required. See details below.


When?

June 13-October 26, 2017

Tuesdays

12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EN

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. FR

Thursdays

12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EN

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. FR

Where?

McGill's downtown campus. Our meeting point is at the Welcome Centre, 3415 McTavish Street, corner Sherbrooke Street West.

Details

McGill's tours cover the second half of the exhibition, and run between McTavish Street and University, covering sculptures, installations, and photographs.

Tours are offered on a walk-in basis, and depart at the exact times and dates given above. No registration or tickets required.

Come rain or shine, and bring an umbrella just in case!


Tour the other part of this exhibition, between the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) and Peel Street,
with guides from the MMFA every Thursday and Sunday. Their tour schedule is available here.