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MosaiCanada 150
by MosaiCanada 150/Gatineau 2017
August 29, 2017

Prepare to be amazed at MosaiCanada 150/Gatineau 2017

MosaiCanada 150/Gatineau 2017, (www.mosaicanada.ca) Canada 150 floral exhibition is being held (free attendance) from July 1st to October 15, 2017 in Jacques Cartier Park, Gatineau (QC), in partnership with the National Capital Commission. The exhibit features 32 mosaïculture artworks, comprised of 120 structures representing Canadian Confederation, the Founding Peoples, the First Nations and our Canadian Heritage to celebrate Canada's 150th Anniversary. From Anne of Green Gables, to an Inuit Drum Dancer, a RCMP officer on his horse, Mother Earth, Glenn Gould’s Piano, Paul Henderson’s goal at the Summit Series, Puffins, Polar Bear, Muskoxen and many more!

An initative of Mosaïcultures Internationales (MIM) de Montreal, MosaiCanada 150/ Gatineau 2017 is funded by Canadian Heritage, the Government of Quebec and the Ville de Gatineau. MIM is a non-profit corporation which organized the first international mosaïculture competition in 2000 for the city of Montréal. Since then, it has developed and fine-tuned its unique expertise in designing, mounting and maintaining mosaïculture exhibitions, gardens and works in Canada, the United States, Europe, Japan, China and Turkey which have attracted over 10 million visitors.

The legacy of MosaiCanada 150/Gatineau 2017 will be worthy of Canada’s 150th Anniversary. In addition to mosaïculture artwork donated to each province and territory, some structures such as Jos Montferrand will remain in the National Capital Region. The exchange of horticultural knowledge will benefit gardeners throughout Canada …and showcase their achievements!

  • New Eden
  • Kids Garden
  • Plant a Row Grow a Row