Two masterful works along the Corridor culturel Ottawa

Last updated June 14, 2024
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Montréal’s Corridor culturel Ottawa will feature two masterful works of art through the end of October. Learn more about them.

On August 4, Montréal and  MR-63 Montréal officially unveiled two mural works on Rue Ottawa in Griffintown.

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.

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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.