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Photograph: Thierry du BoisMONTREAL, CANADA, 09 SEPTEMBRE 2020. Art Souterrain, le Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Montreal Centre-Ville (CJE) et Jack Marketing devoilent aujourd’hui le programme Artch 3e edition. Destine aux artistes emergents quebecois en art contemporain, ce programme a pour mission d outiller et d accompagner les artistes dans leurs projets d entrepreneuriat artistique. PHOTO : Thierry du Bois

Artch's free outdoor gallery walk with 100+ pieces of art is now live in downtown Montreal

Artch, the outdoor gallery of emerging contemporary artists' work, has set up in Dorchester Square in central Montreal.

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What better way to welcome the end the summer by taking a moment to explore an outdoor art gallery full of works by emerging contemporary artists?

Artch, Montreal's largest public showcase dedicated to promising emerging artists, has returned for its fourth edition in the middle of downtown Dorchester Square park.

Running from September 8 to 19, it's just over ten days of showcasing 22 different artists in contemporary art and exhibiting more than a hundred works of art will be displayed in different arches. During the event, more than 30 free activities will be offered to anyone who would like to discuss and learn, purchase, or simply appreciate the visual arts on display.

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The full schedule of activities includes things like yoga and meditation in addition to live performances by artists in addition to the works that are on display; visitors can also take guided tours if they want to take an introductory approach to the event—many of the artists at this event have gone on to perform at large festivals both in Montreal and abroad.

Artch, Montreal's largest public showcase dedicated to promising emerging artists, is running from September 8 to 19 from noon to 7 p.m. each day in Dorchester Square in downtown Montreal. The event is free, and the art is available for purchase.

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