- Kama La Mackerel — ZOM-FAM, suspended until further notice.
- Diana León — Sur ce chemin tu es sûre de te perdre, suspended until further notice.
- Heather Mah — Pomegranate, suspended until further notice.
We are working to reschedule, when possible, cancelled performances.
All purchased ticket holders will be contacted individually by email for performances scheduled during this period. A number of options will be offered.
The MAI’s offices are closed to the public.
Although physically closed, MAI continues to operate, the majority of employees working from home.
If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate department:
General questions: [email protected]
Box office: [email protected]
Rentals: [email protected]
Accompanying program – Complices: [email protected]
Media Relations: [email protected]
For other departments: https://www.m-a-
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MAI AND COVID-19: HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOL
MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) is very happy to welcome you back in its spaces!
To ensure the safety of everyone, we have implemented a set of preventive measures recommended and required by the health authorities of Quebec, Canada and the World Health Organization in terms of personal hygiene and the use of enclosed public spaces, including daily disinfection of frequently touched public surfaces in our spaces. Please keep in mind that the preventative measures we implement can be modified without warning and within a short time frame to reflect changing circumstances.
THANK YOU FOR TAKING NOTE OF THESE MEASURES BEFORE YOUR NEXT VISIT AT MAI!
PUBLIC SPACES – STRATHERN BUILDING, ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AND REHEARSAL STUDIOS
- Masks must be worn at all times in the corridors of the Strathern Centre, as well as in MAI’s administrative offices and rehearsal studios;
- Mandatory hand cleaning at the entrance of the building. Disinfection stations for this purpose are installed on site.
- Wearing a mask is mandatory. You are allowed to remove your mask once you are seated in your designated seat only if governmental measures allow this (green and yellow alerts);
- The theater is redesigned as an immersive installation by artist Paul Chambers. Twenty-two (22) seats only are made available to the public during each performance, each separated by a distance of one and a half meters (1m50) ;
- MAI’s café-bar, redesigned for sanitary circulation, opens its doors as usual one (1) hour before each performance. The service is done directly at the tables;
- Our reception team will be pleased to guide you throughout your stay in our spaces. Be patient and understanding, we are here to accompany you before and after each performance! 🙂
- No reservation is required to visit our exhibitions in the gallery space or to attend Sheuetamᵁ, the performance of Soleil Launière, which will take place from November 03 to 08, 2020. However, it is necessary to report to office 103 upon your arrival (office 103 is located just before the gallery space, on your right after the entrance of the building). Our reception team will then be happy to inform you about the procedure to follow;
- Space is limited to fifteen (15) people at the same time;
- Physical distance of two (2) meters mandatory.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, have recently been in contact with someone who has the virus or have returned from a trip outside the country less than fourteen (14) days ago, please reschedule your visit to MAI.
If you have any questions about the health measures put in place by MAI, please contact us at (514) 982-1812 or at [email protected].
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The MAI team