See you from September 9th to 19th for the 19th edition of the festival!
More information on our program will be published soon ...

CARNET01 exhibition

Last fall, the FQD participated in the Maison de la culture Marie-Uguay exhibition projet CARNET01 which gathers more than 500 notebooks made by the citizens of the Sud-Ouest Borough.

10 notebooks were chosen for 10 interpretations in movement by FQD artists. A video was made for the occasion by video artist Do Phan Hoi!

The dancers and choreographers participating in the project are :

Louis-Elyan Martin and Laurie-Anne Langis, Charles Brecard, Morgane Le Tiec, Pauline Berndsen Gervais, Jessica Joy Muszynski, Véronique Giasson, Kyana Lyne, Kunal Ranchod ,Claire Campbell et Thaïna Rosinvil
All these choreographers participated in the last edition of the FQD.

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What we do

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10 days of
performances

10 days of contemporary creative dance performances indoors and in an urban context.
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Cultural
Mediation

The FQD has established itself in 23 Montreal neighborhoods, offering workshops to more than 6,800 people from community, educational, social and health centers.
Cultural mediation
03

Photo
Exhibit

Photo exhibition of the official photographers of the festival, Jackie Hopfinger and Romain Lorraine, in an urban context at Place du Marché Atwater for 8 months.
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Round
Table

Round tables bringing together recognized players of the field, open to the public.
See the round table of the 18th edition
Round table
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Short-films
Projection

Projections of short films during the festival at the Cinémathèque québécoise.

Founded in May 2000 in Montreal

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The Festival Quartiers Danses has made it its mission to democratize contemporary dance in all its forms and hybridities by making it more accessible to all audiences in traditional and unusual venues.

We would like to acknowledge that Festival Quartiers Danses is situated on the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka people. Tiohtià:ke, also known as Montreal, was also historically a meeting place for many First Nations and continues to be a meeting place for many different cultures. We acknowledge and respect that this land that has been the site of creativity and story-telling of Indigenous people for thousands of years, and are thankful that we are able to create, collaborate, and dance here today.

95
short-films
387
choreographic projects
1600 +
artists
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