The Cultural Trail invites families to discover the art works in a playful and fun way. In front of each work you will find a question. Observe it well to find the answer. It's free and it's a fun activity to interest your kids to art.
The word kaleidoscope comes from three Greek words meaning beautiful (kalos), shape (eidos) and watcher (skopos).
A kaleidoscope is an optical instrument that reflects colours and shapes in an infinite number of options.
The Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted with gold, silver or platinum.
16 posters. These were shop signs on rue Portage in Hull.
Donalda Charron. Solidarity among women (deemed specific).
12, Daniel Lazowski.
500. Did you know that metal absorbs heat super quickly (faster than the body can warm it up). Then, the saliva, which formed a bridge between the metal and the tongue's cells, freezes. With that, the tongue is firmly attached.
Clandestin and Le Troquet.
Tree roots. Immigrants.
A library rat (rat de bibliothèque), better known as a bookworm, designates someone who is an avid reader.
Three. The fountain used to be in place Aubry.
Our environment's natural ecosystem.
Digital collage, backlit photography and photo print on paper.
A key and a lightbulb. Art deco.
Isabelle Demers and Fanny Mesnards.
Soap bubbles. Phew! After a pandemic, it sure feels good to be around other people, to step into their bubble.
Sculpipes, which are simply pipe cleaners.
The cosmos and infinity.
Recognized for its quality of life, Gatineau is a city of 291,000 inhabitants. It is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, and extends east and west of the Gatineau River.