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Troc-Cadeaux: Luchador Mask with Maria Ezcurra
September 3 @ 18:00 - 21:00Free
Maria Ezcurra invites you to create together a Luchador Mask and to learn more about the Lucha Libre tradition on September 3 at 6 pm.
About this Event
Have you heard about Lucha Libre? This Mexican wrestling where luchadores wear colorful masks.
In a time where we are looking to acquire masks to protect each other from COVID-19, Maria Ezcurra invites you to create together a Luchador Mask and to learn more about the Lucha Libre tradition on Thursday,September 3 at 6 pm at the Art Gallery Métèque.
The workshop will be offered free of charge to all residents of CDN / NDG. If you don’t live there, invite a friend from the borough and enter for free!
$ 5 to pay at the door.
The workshop taking place at Métèque is limited to 6 participants and is kid friendly (please register your kids as well), but will be broadcast live on the Zoom application.
For people who will be present on Zoom, here is the material that you will need :
– cardboard (construction paper or recycled packaging), or fabric (it can be recycled clothes),
– markers or paint,
The 6 first people to register will be able to attend at Métèque; you will receive an email to confirm your presence.
For the other participants, you will receive an email with the link to connect to Zoom.
See you on next Thursday, September 3 at 6 pm!
L’Atelier d’art Métèque and the organization Native Immigrant have teamed up with Diversité artistique Montréal (DAM) to offer immigrant artists and artists who are 65 and over the opportunity to give artistic workshops to the public of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Côte-des-Neiges during spring 2020. TROC-CADEAUX is an initiative which aims to celebrate cultural exchanges. Considering the cultural background of each immigrant as a gift to share, a source of enrichment for the host society, this project will make sharing possible through art objects created during workshops, exhibited during the event. and exchanged between all the participants. This project is funded under the Montreal Cultural Development Agreement between the City of Montreal and the Government of Quebec.