A busy autumn 2023
ArtExpert closed its first year under the presidency of Nathalie Courville on July 31. It has been a busy year, thanks to the mandates entrusted to the firm and its team. Over the past few months, the ArtExpert team has successfully reworked several cultural policies.
City of L’Assomption
L’Assomption is a city with a rich history and a vibrant cultural scene. Recent demographic and lifestyle changes have encouraged even more cultural activity. The town is proud of this! ArtExpert was able to work with the town’s management to update its cultural policy, highlighting the cultural players and events that set L’Assomption apart.
MRC of Pontiac
The MRC of Pontiac is part of the vast Outaouais region, with a cultural identity all its own. The MRC wanted to redefine its intervention framework and cultural priorities to reflect the vitality of this vast territory, rich in aboriginal, francophone and anglophone culture.
City of Chambly
Chambly is one of Montreal’s South Shore hotspots, with many historic charms and an inspiring environment thanks to the famous Bassin at its center. The city is also renowned for its cultural vitality. That’s why city leaders wanted to define a more up-to-date framework for the cultural offerings that make up so much of its appeal.
Exciting upcoming projects in Montreal and Brussels
The autumn will be busy with the launch of a new cultural policy for the MRC Laurentides and the revision of the policy for the McCord Museum’s educational, civic and cultural action department in Montreal. In Belgium, the team completed the strategic planning of Train World, the Brussels train museum, and began strategic support for financing and partnerships for Mons en lumières, a brand-new event in Wallonia that will raise the profile of one of the country’s leading French-speaking cities!
Over the past months ArtExpert has also helped the City of Montreal define the cultural project that will inhabit the Craig Pumping Station, a dismantled heritage site that will eventually be restored and opened to the public.