The mission of Les Arts et la Ville is to equip communities and help them make full use of the culture’s potential in order to sustainably develop their living environments and strengthen the social fabric.
Christian Sénéchal
Credits : Action Canada

Christian Sénéchal - CEO of Les Arts et la Ville

  • Free passes available! In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week, October 2-8, 2022, What Connects Us-Ce Qui Nous Lie is honoured to have been selected as a community partner by the Au Contraire Film Festival. The digital edition of the film festival will take place between October 2-15, 2022, to increase awareness, promote education and eliminate mental health-related stigma.
  • The Au Contraire Community Cinema and Les Arts et La Ville will host our sixth film screening, featuring ''Ousmane'', directed by Jorge Camarotti. Les Arts et la Ville will facilitate conversations and open discussions with panellists, our community partners, directors, and invited guests.
  • The Au Contraire Community Cinema and Les Arts et La Ville will host our fifth film screenings, featuring ''You Will Still Be Here Tomorrow'', directed by Michael Hanley. Les Arts et la Ville will facilitate conversations and open discussions with panellists, our community partners, directors, and invited guests.
  • The Au Contraire Community Cinema and Les Arts et La Ville will host our fourth film screenings, featuring two short and emotional films on Alzheimer's and other related disorders. Les Arts et la Ville will facilitate conversations and open discussions with panellists, our community partners, directors, and invited guests.
  • The Au Contraire Community Cinema hosted our third film screenings, featuring two short and thought-provoking short films on Alzheimer's and other related disorders. Les Arts et la Ville facilitated conversations and open discussions with panellists, our community partners, filmmakers, and invited guests.
  • The Au Contraire Community Cinema hosted our inaugural film screenings, featuring two award-winning and thought-provoking short films on Alzheimer's and other related disorders. It was followed by an open discussion, facilitated by Les Arts et la Ville about how to maintain a meaningful and intimate relationship with our loved ones in the context of Alzheimer's and other related disorders.
  • This second film screening featured two movies striving to erase the stigma and dispel myths related to Alzheimer's and other related disorders and their carers. Les Arts et la Ville then facilitated the discussion with guests and one film director of one the movie to talk about how we face ambiguous loss and give up a sense of time when faced with the challenge of Alzheimer's and other related disorders.