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Community Workshops

Community Workshops

Our workshops introduce young people to authentic traditions from different peoples and communities through artistic workshops.

In order to promote the period of social and cognitive development of the child, our workshops are aimed at children going to:

  • Community centers
  • Day camps
  • Other community establishments

We are committed to developing the critical thinking of the citizens of tomorrow.

  • Typically planned for 25 participants
  • All materials are included
  • Given in either French, English or Spanish, as needed
  • The workshop can take place in the classroom
  • Duration from 1 to 2 hours, the content can adapt to your schedule
  • The workshops can be given continuously according to your needs
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To contact us
+1 514 657 3340

To reserve this workshop and to know about the fees, write to us here:

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    COVID-19 Measures ⚠️

    Our organization has created an envelope system containing materials and instructions for each child. The virtual activity is accompanied by how-to videos or a link to follow the activity live, allowing the activity to be done with a computer or tablet.

    Our on-site workshops follow specific guidelines for the education community (COVID-19), such as wearing personal protective equipment at all times, and disinfecting materials and work surfaces.

    The PAAL Program

    The PAAL program complements the Quebec teaching model since it is part of the Integration and Intercultural Education Policy, enacted in 1998 by the Quebec government. PAAL’s workshops contribute to the education of democratic citizenship, as offered by this policy, by enabling students to enrich their intercultural communication skills. Our activities are also in line with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education’s support program for the reception and integration of immigrant students. The goal is to help young immigrants integrate into the Quebec society.


    Artistic activities that raise awareness of cultural diversity.

    Your donation make our free activities possible

    Help us break down cultural barriers!

    We need your support in order to accomplish our mission of educating and sensitizing the members of different Montreal communities, and to raise awareness about cultural diversity with hopes to put an end to racism.


    Charitable registration number 72939 6697 RR 0001 / Quebec registration number 1172428204