Le Jardin d'hiver

February, 25 to april, 5, 2021

Wander through this artistic circuit specially conceived and designed to delight children and the young at heart.



A travelling exhibit by Jacynthe Carrier

From January to April, enjoy this invitation to play tangled with pleasure, delirium, brutality and thoroughness.


Manif d'art 10 - the Quebec city biennial


Produced in collaboration with the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ), Manif d’art 10 will once again infiltrate the Quebec City cultural circuit with many surprises awaiting.


Entre Fleuve et Rivière

Extended until April 2021

One shared inspiration, two views, two territories: Entre fleuve et rivière by Charle-Frédérick Ouellet and Christophe Goussard.



Manif d’art – The Quebec City Biennial

A staple of the Canadian art scene, Manif d’art — The Quebec City Biennial is the only winter biennial in North America. The event presents the work of over 100 local, national and international artists. Besides its many exhibitions, the event offers a plethora of activities based on its global theme renewed for every iteration. Since its first edition in the Fall of 2000, more than 50 cultural organizations have contributed in making this international festival a must. Year after year, Manif d’art’s program delights neophytes as well as visual art specialists. Manif d’art has been collaborating with the MNBAQ since Manif d’art 8 — The Quebec City Biennial (2017).

Discover Manif d'art 10
More than
263 900
visits for Manif d'art 9


Vernissage le 29 octobre

Cathédrale de Josiane Roberge


Grants and prizes awarded by Manif d'art

Manif d'Art actively participates in the recognition of emerging and established talents in the Quebec region. Supported by various partners, the organization orchestrates awards and grants on the occasion of ceremonies or calls for applications. These distinctions are intended to salute the careers of artists as well as to support the next generation of tomorrow.


Grants and prizes

Steven Matijcio announced as guest curator for Manif d’art the Quebec City Biennial

Publish on 10 March 2020
Manif d’art is pleased to unveil the theme and announce the international guest curator for the tenth edition of its flagship event, the Quebec City Biennial. The guest curator Steven Matijcio, Director at the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston (Texas), will question the ties between art and it's mirages under the theme Illusions Are Real.