31 events and 14 articles for exhibition

«Être humain ce n'est pas de voir, c'est d'aimer.» — John Hull Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness est le récit multisensoriel d’un voyage au cœur de la cécité, certes, mais c'est surtout un voyage au coeur de l’émotion. Rencontre avec Arnaud Colinard, l’un des producteurs de l’œuvre.  L’œuvre immersive Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness plonge le visiteur dans la progressive cécité de l’écrivain et universitaire John...

An interactive exhibition to experience at the Phi Centre: 14 cutting-edge works that transport you on a sensory journey in which you are the hero.

Charles Melcher, Founder and Director of Future of StoryTelling in New York, talks storytelling, connection, and how new technologies can help get us into our bodies and out of our comfort zones. Many of the works in Embodied Narrative: Sensory Stories of the Digital Age position the visitor at the centre of his or her own experience or the hero of the story. What was the inspiration there? We actually want, and have an expectation, to have a...

A series of socio-culinary events on food waste inspired by world-renowned chef Massimo Bottura

De jour comme de nuit, son travail prend forme sous le couvert de l’anonymat à travers les grandes avenues et ruelles de la ville. Peut-être avez-vous déjà été témoin des œuvres de MissMe à New York, Paris ou Tokyo. Toujours est-il que c’est Montréal que la «vandale artistique» a choisi comme toile maîtresse. Rencontre avec une artiste remettant en question les codes et diktats de la société, tout en féminité. MissMe,...
Le Rhinocéros by Phi is the Phi Centre's diverse and eccentric boutique. It carries curated items from local and international designers, as well as original Phi produced fashion and art pieces. The boutique's philosophy is simple–to give visitors a resolutely artistic experience, where art can be both admired and acquired. Le Rhinocéros by Phi is an idiosyncratic space which morphs over the course of time. Light Therapy is the latest...

M for Montreal and the Phi Centre are proud to collaborate with John Londoño to present his project Snapshot Sessions


A cinematic installation created by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson and Galen Johnson


The Phi Centre's free programming as part of the 19th edition of Les Journées de la Culture


The Phi Centre hosts the exhibition Les cavaliers du diable by Jacques Pugin, as part of Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal

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