still young at 100
For its centennial, the Museum offers an exceptional program that will continue until the fall of 2022
October 14, 2021
October 13 is a milestone in the history of the McCord Museum. 100 years old and still young, the museum has had an incredible run, thanks to you! It’s also thanks to the partners, volunteers, donors and staff who, from the beginning, have always been passionate about making the Museum’s collections known and bringing the stories they tell to life.
To mark this centennial, the Museum is offering exceptional programming that will continue until the fall of 2022. In addition, it is with great pleasure that, thanks to the support of BMO Financial Group, we are offering free admission for 100 days, from October 13 to January 19, 2022.
“The Museum is taking advantage of this pivotal period to look to the future and to question itself, to encourage exchanges and to create links between Montrealers of all origins. None of this would be possible without you, dear visitors. We look forward to celebrating with you and to welcoming you to the Museum in the near future to discover our magnificent exhibitions.”
– Suzanne Sauvage, O.Q., President and Chief Executive Officer
Not to be missed exhibitions
Aboriginal cultures and artists, fashion and subculture of the 80s, gender identities, photography, discoveries, discussions, meetings and exchanges shape the programming of the 100 free days! Plan your visit now: reserve your ticket online.
Indigenous Voices of Today: Knowledge, Trauma, Resilience
New Permanent Exhibition | Presented by CBC/Radio-Canada
Until February 27 | In collaboration with MOMENTA Biennale de l’image
Chapleau – Profession: cartoonist
Until January 9 | Exhibition presented by La Presse
Parachute : Subversive Fashion of the 80s
From November 19th | Exhibition presented by ELLE Québec
December 3 to January 2 | Presented by İÖGO nanö
See all of the Museum’s centennial programming
Images courtesy of McCord Museum
Other articles about past exhibitions at the McCord Museum
The McCord Museum is the museum of all Montrealers, a social history museum that celebrates life in Montreal, both past and present—its history, its people and its communities. Open to the city and the world, the Museum is home to over 1.5 million artifacts, comprising one of the largest historical collections in North America, organized into the following departments: Dress, Fashion and Textiles, Photography, Indigenous Cultures, Paintings, Prints and Drawings, Material Culture, and Textual Archives. McCord Museum: Our People, Our Stories. mccord.qc.ca