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Deadline : 08.02.2023


On February 25h and 26th, 2023, as part of Black History Month, Afromusée will serve as a creation studio where 15 female artists will create paintings live in a friendly and festive atmosphere. They will be free to create in their own way what represents for them the heritage of the famous Coloured Women's Club of Montreal, an institution of Afro-Canadian culture founded in 1902 by 7 black women.

Afromusée is calling for female painters to participate in this initiative.

Interested artists, please fill out the registration form, for more information contact us at
Canvas provided and 250$ fee for each participating artist.

Limited number of participants (15 artists), first come, first served.

Registration before February  8, 2023.

This initiative is made possible through the financial support of TD Bank Group.


March 1, 2022  /  Feb 28,  2023


The presence of Africans and persons of African descent in Quebec goes back more than 300 years but remains largely unknown. Many Quebeckers still believe that Blacks arrived only recently. However, Blacks have always been part of the Quebec and Canadian experience, since the first moments of European colonization, French, then British.

The Afromuseum is the leading institution to represent the contributions of Afro-Canadians to the cultural landscape of Canada.

Supporting the Afromuseum allows Afro-Canadians' influence

to be noticed, celebrated and shared all over the world. 

Your donations will help the primary mission of the Afromuseum:

making Afro-Canadian culture acessible to all.

*All donations of $20.00 or above will
receive a tax-deductible receipt from the Afromuseum sent to you by email.

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