Montréal’s Corridor culturel Ottawa will feature two masterful works of art through the end of October. Learn more about them.
The project was funded through the cultural development agreement between the city and the government of Québec. A sculpture by Alexis Vaillancourt and Le Bonar on the future Parc des Eaux-Cachées site, which was created using recycled construction materials, has been integrated into the gate and sidewalks across a 283 m² area. A 140 m² ground mural by Thaïla Khampo is located at the intersection of Rue William, Rue Guy and Rue Ottawa.
A work of art for the Place des Arrimeurs redesign project
A work of art created by Marie-Michelle Deschamps that was the winner of a competition launched by the city’s Bureau d’art public (in French) will be installed on the future Place des Arrimeurs dans Griffintown. It’s the first of a series of four works that will be integrated into parks and public spaces along Rue Ottawa.