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Botanical Garden

June 2021

An Outstanding Garden

Guided activity

JUNE 26 TO SEPTEMBER 6 - A quiz you can do to learn about the Japanese garden's key features.
Botanical Garden
Japanese Garden

China: Ties to the Land

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - Get to know a rural Chinese family and discover how its members make a living from the land.
Botanical Garden
Friendship Hall - Chinese Garden
UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - Come and admire the works of artist Sandrine de Borman, who makes vegetal prints using a hammering technique, the tataki-zome, among others.
Botanical Garden
Japanese Pavilion - Japanese Garden

In the Company of Trees

Guided activity - Exhibition

UNTIL OCTOBER 1 - Discover the different relationships that trees nurture and how they manage to communicate. You will see trees in a new way – as members of a broader community.
Botanical Garden
Tree Pavilion
UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - Come discover the beauty of objects made and used by Aboriginal peoples through the knowledge and creativity of Québec’s First Nations and Inuit.
Botanical Garden
First Nations Garden

Kuugaaluk: along the traces of our forefathers

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

UNTIL OCTOBER 31 - This photographic exhibition is an invitation to discover the expedition led by Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk with young Inuit to Kuugaaluk, in Nunavik—the same place Jacques Rousseau visited in 1948.
Botanical Garden
First Nations Garden

Search, imagine

Activity - Guided activity

JUNE 26 TO SEPTEMBER 6 - Explore Chinese landscape painters' diverse sources of inspiration.
Botanical Garden
Chinese Garden
A special encounter with Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk on National Indigenous Peoples Day. Personal anecdotes and ancestral knowledge fuel the story for better understandings of Indigenous cultures.
Botanical Garden
First Nations Garden