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Annie Roy et Pierre Allard, co-fondateurs - © Martin Savoie

État d'Urgence 2008 - © Martin Savoie

Attention : Zone Épineuse 2002 - © Martin Savoie

Fin Novembre 2011 - © Luc Senécal

Parc Industriel - 2001 - © Martin Savoie

État d'Urgence 2008 - © Martin Savoie

Attentat # 6 - 2004 - © Martin Savoie

Parc Industriel - 2001 - © Martin Savoie

Pigeon's Club - 2011 - © ATSA

ATSA, quand l'Art passe à l'Action




Thank you!

In May 2017, we launched a special 20th anniversary fundraising drive to mark the organization's resilience and to constitute a $20,000 fund for financing the upcoming creations of founding artists Annie Roy and Pierre Allard within the framework of the Mécénat Placement Culture program.
Thanks to our donors, we have raised $20,522!
Thank you! Your support encourages us to continue our work.

We wish to thank the members of the fundraising committee for their work: Ted Harmann, Caroline Marinacci and Philippe Rochette.


For their support so essential to the development of our activities, we warmly thank each of our donors and partners for their contribution. Knowing that the public is touched by the causes we defend and is engaged with us encourages us to continue along the path we have set for ourselves: to produce quality artistic interventions that contribute, we hope, to shaping a better, fairer world.

By supporting ATSA, When Art Takes Action, you support the creation of activities that are inclusive, open to all, and free of charge. Founded by artists Annie Roy and Pierre Allard, Montreal-based collective ATSA, When Art Takes Action has been engaged in the public space for social, environmental and heritage causes since 1998, through the creation of critically acclaimed interdisciplinary installations and events.

By making a donation to ATSA, When Art Takes Action, you play a part in:

- the creation of one-of-a-kind works that are accessible to all
- the organization of events that bring people together peacefully and that highlight the situation of society's most underprivileged
- programming by emerging, socially engaged artists and collaborators
- the promotion of a society that is more aware and respectful of the environment
- the dissemination of Montrealers' creations across Canada and throughout the world.

ATSA, When Art Takes Action is a not-for-profit organization that has had charitable organization status since 2010, and will provide a tax receipt for a donation of $20 or more.