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Plein Art returns to Espace 400e in August

Plein Art returns to Espace 400e in August

From August 1 to August 13, come and discover the extraordinary work of craftsmen of various disciplines on the occasion of the 41st edition of the Plein Art event taking place at Espace 400e.

By Melissa Jodrolet

Plein Art Québec is an unforgettable summer event for fans of art and responsible consumption.

Since 1980, Plein Art has been the largest summer gathering of fine crafts in Quebec. This is an opportunity to meet hundreds of professional craftsmen who will make you discover their unique work, recognized craftsmanship, and environmentally and locally responsible.

All products offered and sold at Plein Art are products recognized as crafts according to the rules and standards of the Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec (CMAQ). Ensure quality, durability and authenticity to the public.


The event will take place according to the following schedule:

  • From August 1 to 13, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
  • Sunday, August 6, 11am-6pm;
  • Sunday August 13th, 11am-5pm.


The program of this new edition of the Plein Art event includes many activities that are sure to please the audience.

You can relax in the Strøm Nordic Spa located in the relaxation area. Scan a QR code to access immersive relaxation experiences. Guided meditation, relaxing music, guided yoga (with mats at your disposal), and inspiring readings.

WKND Bistro Zone will let you relax to the beat of party music, complete with Ubald’s signature cocktails.

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Explore DeSerres’ Creative District with her wall of inspiration and gift card contest.

See the signed Télé-Québec exhibition space as well as the exhibition space, where Maison
des métiers d’art de Québec will offer workshops for the general public in sculpture and cabinet making,
Textiles and ceramics.

The Architecture and Heritage District will allow the public to discover an exceptional experience.

For more details, consult the program at MATERIALS.CA.