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Attention : Zone Épineuse 2002 - © Martin Savoie

Fin Novembre 2011 - © Luc Senécal

Parc Industriel - 2001 - © Martin Savoie

Attentat # 6 - 2004 - © Martin Savoie

Parc Industriel - 2001 - © Martin Savoie

Cuisine ta ville 2019 - © Daniel Robillard

Le Temps d'une Soupe - Madagascar 2019 - © Jean-Francois Lamoureux

Tumentia Quisquiliae Magdalene - Cap-aux-Meules - 2013 - © ATSA

Se mettre dans l'eau chaude - 2013 - © Aurélie Jouan

ATSA, quand l'Art passe à l'Action

FUNDRAISING 2022 |   2021 REPORT

FUNDRAISING 2022

 

- CUISINE TON QUARTIER : THE PODCAST TRAIL IN 10 BOROUGHS
DEVELOPMENT COAST TO COAST!
- SIX PIEDS SOUS CIEL IN A MONTREAL PARK
- A GUEST ARTIST PRODUCTION
- CUISINE TA VILLE 2023
- A NEW CREATION IN PROGRESS

 

By supporting ATSA, Quand l'Art Passe à l'Action, you are supporting the realization of inclusive, free and open to all activities. Founded by the artists Annie Roy and the late Pierre Allard, ATSA, Quand l'Art passe à l'Action, a Montreal collective, has been involved since 1998 in the public space for social, environmental and heritage causes through the creation of installations and award-winning interdisciplinary events.

By donating to ATSA, Quand l'Art Passe à l'Action you are participating in:

- the creation of unique works accessible to all - the organization of unifying and pacifist events highlighting the cause of the most disadvantaged
- the programming of emerging and committed artists and collaborators
- the promotion of a society more respectful of its environment
- the Canadian and international distribution of Montreal creations

A non-profit organization holding charitable status in 2010, ATSA issues charitable receipts for all donations of $ 20 or more.

 

 

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Make your donation :

ONE-TIME DONATION

ANNUAL DONATION IN MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS

GOAL : $15 000

 

 

Photo: JF Lamoureux

 
“Pierre and I made all the sacrifices we could to grow our company and make it flourish. That has always been a way of life, an art in itself. Our couple, our family, and the development of the creative outlet and vehicle for our messages that is ATSA made an undivisible whole, in life—and in death. When Pierre passed away in November 2018, it was crucial to carry on and pursue our shared vision with the Le Temps d’une Soupe tours and with Cuisine ta ville 2019. Thanks to all of you, ATSA has remained strong; and Cuisine ta ville has not only recently won a YMCA Peace Medal, but is also nominated for the Rights and Freedoms Award handed out by the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse. Thank you for continuing to be a part of the ATSA story and for supporting the wonderful projects we are working on !”

 

WHAT WILL YOUR DONATION HELP US ACHIEVE IN 2022 ?

Cuisine ton Quartier has the wind in its sails! After visiting 7 boroughs and carrying out more than 82 interviews available online on a dedicated website https://atsa.qc.ca/balado-cuisine-ton-quartier/, the usage platforms (Spotify, Balados-Québec, Apple Podcast) and in park walk format, our podcast trail begins 3 new districts that will be launched in spring 2022: ANJOU, VERDUN AND LASALLE!

In addition, we are starting the development of Cuisine ton Quartier pan-Canadian, which begins in January 2022 with the Center franco-manitobain and then with the Théâtre du Nouvel Ontario to meet French-speaking newcomers to Canada.

Six pieds sous Ciel, monumental and contemplative work by Annie Roy on mourning is in search of its final location

A guest artist will be produced by ATSA in June 2022, we can't wait to reveal his name and project to you.

A new creation is in the making, which requires time, research, reflection, discussion ... and money

Finally, we are already staying the course on Cuisine ta Ville 23 which we are building on an opening to the public for 10 days on the Place des Festivals in May 23

Thank you for helping us to last, to look forward with optimism and creativity

Annie and the ATSA team

 

FOR ALL THESE WORTHWHILE REASONS : MAKE YOUR DONATION !

ONE-TIME  | MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INVALUABLE SUPPORT !

 


 2021 FUNDRAISING report

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Thanks to your involvement we were able to achieve:

Cuisine ta Ville 2021, a third edition backed by its recognition of 2019, recipient of the 2019 YMCA Peace Medal! Indeed, the 2019 edition has shown us our capacity for resilience and thanks to your support, we came out of the difficult year 2020 with an edition under the theme of transport and mourning. Cuisine ta Ville 21: Le Grand Voyage offered a program on the theme of transport and mourning. The event was built in the form of a route inspired by means of transport with proposals from 24 artists in monumental installations and open-air exhibitions, in addition to a culinary and cinematographic program in virtual format.

Watch Cuisine Ta Ville: Le Grand Voyage 21 video to see what we have been able to achieve thanks to your encouragement!

We reached out to refugees and immigrants in 7 Montreal boroughs throughout the summer of 2020 and we bring you their word with the launch of the Cuisine ton Quartier podcast tour, which is stunningly authentic. Cuisine ton Quartier was launched during Cuisine ta Ville and invites you to get to know your intercultural Montreal. 82 interviews with refugees and immigrants, those who help them integrate and artists who speak about migration issues can be found on a dedicated website and on current platforms (Spotify, Apple podcast and podcasts-québec), thanks to signs installed in a park in each borough visited! A personalized launch was made for each inclusion territory thanks to our partnership with BINAM. We were even able to mentor the company Ample Man Danse which valued the words of our participants by creating original choreographic capsules! Cuisine ton Quartier enriches the Cuisine ta ville 2021 program and creates a programming dialogue between the city center and the neighborhoods and makes us want to discover our city and especially those who inhabit it!

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON LINE (in french)

Watch Cuisine ton quartier

CABO, Le Club des Amoureux des Bacs Organiques expresses the unique relationship we have with our organic bin, an extension of our homes to love as our pet.


Watch CABO's Video

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INVALUABLE SUPPORT !