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Ready for a new artistic outing? Head to the PHI Centre in Old Montreal and discover a free program featuring an augmented reality tour, an immersive sound room, an eclectic collection of contemporary artworks, and much more. From musical performances to film screenings, interactive exhibitions to artist talks—PHI has something for everyone.

Enjoy our endless selection of free programming all year round.

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A captivating augmented reality tour in collaboration with Acute Art, taking you from the main entrance to the rooftop terrace of the PHI Centre.

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Living Sound

Tune out the everyday noise and lose yourself in a landscape of pure sound.

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IN FLUX: Poetry Films

Vertical short films by Montreal's emerging Black creators.

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Water Road

The PHI Centre building comes to life with an interactive multimedia installation of a motion-activated river on its four-story windows on Saint-Pierre Street.

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Experience a captivating augmented reality tour, taking you from the main entrance to the rooftop terrace of the PHI Centre. Produced in collaboration with Acute Art, Apparition presents AR works by four significant contemporary artists: Darren Bader, Marco Brambilla, Koo Jeong A, and Bjarne Melgaard. Invisible to the naked eye, the artworks come to life on your phone and appear as real as the environment around them.

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Living Sound

Tune out the everyday noise and immerse yourself in an ambient landscape at Living Sound. Featuring a stellar repertoire of artists from Constellation Records, this auditory installation will transport you out of the city and into another world of pure sound. Take a seat, cozy up in the warm, red glow of the space, and let the music carry you.

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In Flux: Poetry Films

Discover a new series of short films made by Montreal's emerging Black artists. In this creative accelerator, PHI asked applicants to submit a concept for a vertical poetry film under the theme, How does Black creativity manifest? The three selected teams led by Bethyna Saint Laurent, M Mucyo, and Christian Boakye-Agyeman, will exhibit their final films from November 13, 2021, to January 9, 2022.


Water Road

Tiohtà:ke means "where the currents meet," and the PHI Centre is located where the Saint-Pierre River once flowed. A river on the PHI Centre comes to life in a multimedia light installation visible from the windows overlooking St. Pierre Street. The installation is accompanied by an original poem by Joséphine Bacon and a soundtrack by Kelly Nunes.

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