Tours and family activities on Free Sunday

Event, in English and French, 7 July 2024, 11am to 3pm

Every first Sunday of each month, entry to the CCA and its exhibitions is free.

Join us for a free tour of the exhibition at 1pm (in French) and at 2pm (in English). We also propose a kids and family activity inspired by our current exhibition Into the Island at 11am: In Low Tide. Learning from the practice of DnA and architect Xu Tiantian, participants are invited to discover how various local materials from across the coastal ecosystem of Meizhou Island, are sourced, studied, and implemented into an architectural project. 

1pm–2pm: in French
2pm–3pm: in English

Kids and family activities:
11am – 12:30pm: bilingual workshop In Low Tide

There is no need to make a reservation to participate in these free activities or visit the exhibitions. Simply stop by our reception desk on your way in.

We also invite you to discover our other exhibitions Reading Landscapes and maskills: Self-Documenting Construction on Social Media.

If you have any questions, please contact 514-939-7002 or write to


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