Exploring Cultural Diversity Through Art
Cuisine ta ville is back in Montreal with its fourth edition
ATSA, Quand l’art passe à l’action, is celebrating its 25th anniversary and thrilled to be hosting the fourth edition of the Cuisine ta ville festival, taking place May 5–14, 2023, at the Place des Festivals in Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles. This event combines a wide variety of free experiences that involve sharing and art about migration and cultural integration issues.
For Cuisine ta ville 2023, the festival’s co-founder and organizer, Annie Roy, is planning a line-up that represents Montreal’s diversity, featuring a wide range of thought-provoking activities and relevant artworks designed to open people up to an evolving yet enduring Quebec.
“Living in Quebec is both a privilege and a responsibility. We must do better in terms of our responsibilities in order to remember and build together this new francophone Quebec, united in recognition of the First Nations and the many other communities that arrived following colonization. There is so much wealth to share!”
– Annie Roy, cofounder and director
OPENING FROM MAY 5, 4 P.M.
Partly designed around the theme of memory to explore the suffering and hopes of those who left their country in search of safety, visitors will have the opportunity to experience 25 outdoor installations and exhibitions created by local and international multidisciplinary artists from 26 countries.
ATSA remercie les partenaires suivants pour leur soutien financier dans la réalisation du projet Cuisine ta Ville