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Unprecedented multidisciplinary event to showcase talent of Montreal artists from diverse backgrounds


Without a doubt, the cornerstone of Nulle p'art ailleurs will be a display of more than 300 visual works of art inside the great hall at TOHU that will dovetail with the three days of diverse performances on the bill. There are plenty of free activities on offer, including guided tours of the exhibition, musical performances, circus shows, dance performances, storytelling, contemporary skating performances, talks and creative workshops for the whole family.


A monumental visual arts expo

53 artists and more than 300 visual works of art to discover!

Guided tours will be on offer in English and visitors are free to browse the exhibition during TOHU opening hours. On September 17, visitors are also invited to a talk by Iris Amizlev, curator of the exhibition and intercultural program director and guide training coordinator at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Performing arts

The opening event on September 16 will see six musical acts take centre stage at TOHU. Just Wôan, Daniela Fiorentino, Joyce N’Sana and the Holy Hills Band and special guest Webster, Marie Trezanini, Rookie Rook & Compagnie and Komty will all be beating out the rhythm. With styles as diverse as reggae, afro-groove, traditional Italian and Yemenite Jewish, these artists are all set to challenge preconceptions by unveiling these creations rooted in the Montreal ground in which they have grown up. In addition to this multidisciplinary show co-produced with Vision Diversité (artistic direction), there will be breathtaking circus acts by Ryunosuke Yamazumi as well as performances by Sinha Danse and the Ekspresyon troupe, renowned for marrying traditional Haitian dances with elements of modern dance and jazz. 

Creative workshops centred around peace

Visitors will be able to take in object theatre and puppet shows as well as mime, brainstorming, writing, dance and visual arts workshops, storytelling sessions and skate dancing performances.

As part of the dedicated family day on Sunday, September 18 presented by the Brian Bronfman Family Foundation, Nulle p'art ailleurs is offering children the chance to take part in a series of fun workshops exploring topics such as social justice, tolerance and immigration that are designed to stimulate their creativity. The program revolves around the theme of peace in the spirit of the 2016 International Day of Peace.