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The Education Department offers creative activities and accompanying resources on site and online. Creative activities are designed by local artists. We also offer an Activity Kit for families and elementary schools. Our Movements resource offers articles, exploration questions and video clips on key themes related to the current exhibition.

Creative Activity
| Activity Kit | Movements | Audio GuideTraces

Current Exhibition

WT The Looks 2015
Exhibition Contemporary Art


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Creative Activity

The creative activity is a component of our public engagement projects, which are opportunities to get acquainted with the work of Montréal-based artists whose themes resonate with our exhibitions. This activity lasts 30 to 45 minutes, and can be done on site after a group visit or in class. It is designed for all audiences.

Previous creative activities include, among others, sound/image improvisations, cyanotypes, and textile-based collage.

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Activity Kit

This activity kit is addressed to children and youth, as well as the adults sharing their experience. It offers explorations of the artworks in our current exhibitions, as well as creative activities. It can be used as a family, in school or as a community group.

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Through essays and short videos, the Movements educational resource is designed for any audience wishing to develop in depth key concepts explored by the current exhibitions.

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Audio Guide

Our audio guide, created to accompany the public during their visit, is designed and narrated by the PHI Foundation’s Education Department. You can listen to the tracks at home or during your visit to the gallery.

> Audio Guide Terms of Use

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Traces is a public activity created in response to each of the Foundation’s exhibitions, inviting the public to create a short gesture in response to the works presented. The public’s interventions are intended to accumulate over time, bearing the trace of a collective reflection.