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There are four appointed lounges at the Montreal Art Centre. The clubs lounge is on the ground floor is adjacent to the Le Canal Gallery. It is for the use of the Montreal Art Centre member artists and club members. The Members library Lounge is on the ground floor. The Founders Lounge is on the mezzanine level above the Library and is for the use of Founders club members. The Griffintown lounge is on the third floor of the building adjacent to the Griffintown Gallery. This is the Centres largest lounge.
The Masters Boardroom & Gallery is located on the 3rd floor of the Montreal Art Centre building and is used for meetings and events. This extraordinary room houses a gallery of original masterworks on paper by internationally renowned artists. The Masters Boardroom & Gallery is available by appointment only and must be reserved in advance for its use by art centre member artists and club members. >
The Montreal Art Centre is delighted to announce the construction of its newly renovated kitchen. This magnificent state of the art kitchen is appointed and equipped with the finest appliances. This Kitchen is for the exclusive use of the Montreal Art Centre members and club members. Special cooking with celebrated Montreal Chefs are scheduled with food tasting and demonstrations with the participation of our members >
There are hundreds of books and magazines currently available for reading within the Montreal Art Centre. Our club members are able to benefit from the Library’s resources, while interacting with real artworks, all under the same roof.>
The Montreal Art Centre Library accommodates the research needs of all member-artists and students of the Centre and more. There are over a hundred books currently available for reading within the Centre’s parameters. They were all graciously loaned to the Centre by the Centre’s Founder and art class’s coordinator. The books cannot be taken out of the building. However, there is no better-suited environment for reading about art than the comfortable Montreal Art Centre.
The book collection is very diverse and rich in quality, providing invaluable sources of inspiration, instruction, and information for artists. There is a plethora of guides to painting and drawing techniques, in addition to books discussing art history and individual artists that can serve as inspirational material.>
The Library also proves itself indispensable to Art History students in the Montreal area. Many of these books are absent from public or university libraries, yet free to peruse within the Centre. Both member-artists and local students are able to benefit from the Library’s resources, while interacting with real artworks, all under the same roof.>