FIKA(S) Festival 2022
Women in the music industry: Comparative views Québec / Nordic and Scandinavian countries & music showcase
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3
Doors: 7 pm
Show: 8 pm
General admission: $30
Taxes and fees not included
Before visiting, please review some essential information about the visit, including details on accessibility at the Centre.
Safia Nolin will perform unique covers of Scandinavian and Nordic artists followed by a concert of her compositions.
In order to celebrate all nordicities and to underline Québec’s belonging to this concept intimately linked to Scandinavian and Nordic countries, the FIKA(S) Festival opens its 2022 concert series with special guest Safia Nolin. After her albums Reprises Vol. 1 and 2, Safia was the perfect person for this evening of Scandinavian and Nordic replays! Safia Nolin will perform unique replays of Scandinavian and Nordic artists followed by a concert of her own compositions.
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
The PHI Foundation, in collaboration with Onishka Productions and the Centre du Théâtre d'Aujourd'hui (CTD’A), presents the sound walk Marguerite: la pierre
Two immersive Renaissance tableaux for our hyper-mediated digital era, these artworks by Marco Brambilla will engulf you in landscapes of pop-culture iconography
A special selection of award-winning VR works that will draw you into four distinct worlds sharing unique and powerful stories
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art is pleased to present an exhibition by Yayoi Kusama
bleu de lieu is a participatory installation that invites the public to stay, to rest, to meditate and to interact with the different elements found in our Education Room
In collaboration, the PHI Foundation and FIFA (International Festival of Films on Art) present Kusama: Infinity, a documentary on the life and work of artist Yayoi Kusama
At Place Des Arts
As Water Falls is a virtual interactive waterfall that explores various aspects of water and its metaphorical concepts. Admission is free