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Institutional Giving

Supporting a cultural provocateur

The CCA provides a scholarly and public arena for alternative views and provokes discussion and research on architecture. We are a cultural provocateur that will engage your support through exhibitions, research, publications, digital works, public programming, and acquisitions for the CCA Collection. Together, we will move beyond architecture understood as a production of material goods to embrace architecture as a production of ideas.

Institutional giving

As an investor in the CCA, you contribute to an internationally renowned research centre and cutting-edge museum. Our unconventional approach to exhibitions, research and public programs as well as our unique collection is well suited to the avant-garde and adventurous investor. We welcome support from corporations, foundations, and government agencies that seek to provoke discussion and debate on how we live today.

Fundraising events

The CCA invites you to be a sponsor, donor or guest at our inventive fundraising events. Please contact us to find out more about these events.

dev@cca.qc.ca
+1 514 939 7001 ext. 2626

Development
Canadian Centre for Architecture
1920, rue Baile
Montréal, Québec H3H 2S6

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