1001 Pots: much more than an exhibition.

It is an immersion in the universe of ceramics. A multisensory experience. Every day, 

several ceramists are present on the site to share their knowledge and their artistic universe. In addition to visiting one of the largest open-air ceramic markets in Quebec, you can attend   demonstrations, workshops and musical or performing arts performances throughout summer. 

 

Calendrier

Tout le détail des activités, cours et événements se trouvent plus bas sur cette page. 

The exhibition

The annual exhibition is a showcase for a hundred professional ceramic artists, as well as several graduates.  It is also one of the largest markets for selected ceramists from all over Quebec.

 

1001 Pots introduces the public to the profession of ceramist through demonstrations, workshops and other events in its program. 1001 Pots offers privileged moments of meeting between professionals, to exchange and improve. It offers artisans as well as the general public who love ceramics, the opportunity to live a fulfilling experience in a setting that is as enchanting as it is inspiring.

Other activities and events

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Bal des lucioles

July 8 at 7 p.m.

As tradition dictates, the Bal des lucioles will kick off the event where lit up with candles and lulled to the sound of background music, the site will become, the space of the evening, a magical and warm world.

Thanks to our partner:  
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Empty bowls

Making:  July 16-17
Decoration: August 6 and 7

Several ceramists will participate again this year in the movement  Empty bowls  by making bowls that will then be made available to the public to decorate.

 

These bowls will finally be sold during the fall to raise funds against hunger. 

In collaboration with: 
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Activities for children 

Saturdays and Sundays *At 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. *subject to change without notice

Duration: 60 mins.

Cost: $15 + taxes

Accompanied by an adult.

Clay without cooking.

Registrations by phone

or the same day, at checkout. 

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Saturday concerts

Saturdays
between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Every Saturday, discover the 1001 Pots under jazz tunes.   Let yourself be carried away by the music and take a few dance steps. 

Daniel Green Trio

July 9-16-23-30

Jérémie Dallaire Trio

August 6-13

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Puppet and mask theatre festival 

From August 18 to 21.

1001 moving patents 

is presented as part of the event programming of  1001 Pots and is aimed at an audience of all ages.

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The tea room

Every day.

Take a break in our open-air Tea Room and experience the intimate alliance between the art of tea and ceramic art. Choose your cup or your bowl created by our ceramists to enjoy one of our tasty teas.

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Ikebana

Between July 8
and July 11. **

Discover this age-old Japanese practice that goes far beyond the simple arrangement of flowers. This Japanese floral art creates a decorative natural structure with clean lines and a spiritual connotation.

** Variable depending on how long the plants used last. 

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Projection

outdoor 

August 12 at 8:30 p.m.
Free. Limited places.
By reservation only

1001 pots invites you to a screening of the beautiful film by Bruno Boulianne on the ceramic artist Jean-Pierre Larocque.
The ceramist and the director will be present at the screening and will be able to discuss it with the public.

 

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Neapolitan songs

From Tuesday August 9
to Friday August 12 
Between 3pm and 5pm.

Let yourself be charmed and transported to the 19th century under the skies of Naples, Italy, by the warm voice of tenor Nils Brown, who will interpret for you the greatest classic tunes of Neapolitan song. Montreal tenor Nils Brown has performed and recorded in Canada and the United States with prestigious ensembles such as the Montreal, Vancouver and Edmonton Symphony Orchestras.

Our courses and artist residencies

Want to learn about ceramics?  Multiple possibilities are available to you for pleasure and discovery. Sign up your little ones for our initiation to shaping workshops or, for the older ones, for the week-long intensive throwing course for adults!  

 
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Intensive courses

for adults

Beginner: July 18 to 22
Beginner: July 25 to 29
Intermediate: August 1-5

These courses are for adults, Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The training includes
all the necessary material as well as the cooking. 

Cost: $300 + taxes

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Introductory course

for children

Saturdays and Sundays *
At 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. 
*
subject to change without notice

Duration: 60 mins.

Cost: $15 + taxes

Accompanied by an adult.

Clay without cooking.

Registrations by phone

or the same day, at checkout. 

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Artist in Residence

From July 11 to 15,
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Eva Ferenczy Reichmann

From August 8 to 12,
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Catherine Parent Gibbard

Sit back and appreciate in real time the work of our artists in residence who work before your eyes. 

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Meeting with the ceramists

Every day

1001 Pots multiplies the opportunities to discover the world of ceramics and to discuss with the creators. 

Every day, several ceramists are present on the site to share their knowledge and their artistic universe.