Sink or Swim

Family program, 26 February 2017, 2:30pm

What would a city look like if its infrastructure was waterproof, buoyant and–why not!–amphibious? Given the anticipated rise of sea level at a global scale, the connection between the city and water in all its iterations–oceans, rivers, canals, waterways–is subject to change in the coming years. Montreal will be the playground of this creative laboratory of prototypes that will highlight the insularity of the city.

For children aged 5 to 12, accompanied by an adult. Free, but spaces are limited. Please reserve ahead: 514 939 7026 or accueil@cca.qc.ca

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