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NDG Arts Week celebrates the artistic richness and cultural diversity of communities.

Event Details

August 20 – 26

9th Edition of NDG Arts Week The 9th edition of NDG Arts Week takes place from August 20th to the 26th, celebrating the artistic engagement of the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grace neighbourhood. NDG Arts Week brings communities together by presenting a wide variety of artistic and cultural activities from visual arts, music, cinema, comedy, and dance, becoming a launching pad for local artists during a week-long festival.

Programming

Participate

Different Ways to Participate

Musical Act

Participate as a Musician

Submissions for 2018 are presently closed, however, we’re always on the lookout for amazing local talent. If you are a musician or band and would like to contribute or have a proposal for the festival, we welcome you to submit your ideas through info@artsndg.ca

Volunteer

Participate as a volunteer

NDG Arts Week is on the lookout for motivated individuals who are available during the festivities, from August 20 to 26, 2018. Every year, the team of volunteers are the supporting cast that makes the festival possible. Interested in being engaged and making a difference? Please fill out the form with your availabilities.

You can contact info@artsndg.ca if you any further questions.

NDG Arts Week Activity

Submit an idea

Submissions for 2018 are presently closed, however, we’re always on the lookout for amazing local talent. If you have a project you would like to contribute or have a proposal for the festival, we welcome you to submit your ideas through info@artsndg.ca

About NDG Arts Week

Founded in 2009, NDG Arts Week is an annual festival that celebrates the artistic richness and cultural diversity of communities by gathering local and world-class talent. First starting as a weekend event, it has grown into a week-long festival bringing together communities around a wide variety of artistic and cultural activities from visual arts, music, cinema, comedy, and dance, becoming a launching pad for artists in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and a must-attend event for over 10 000 participants.

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