Update: December 15th, 2021
MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) is very happy to welcome you again in its venues!
To ensure everyone’s safety, our team has put in place a set of preventive measures recommended and required by the health authorities of Quebec, Canada and the World Health Organization regarding personal hygiene and the use of closed public spaces, including the daily disinfection of frequently touched public surfaces in our spaces. Please note that the prevention measures in question may be modified to adjust to new circumstances, without prior notice and within a very short time frame.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THESE MEASURES BEFORE YOUR NEXT VISIT TO THE MAI.
→ Mandatory at all times in all MAI spaces, including rehearsal studios, the gallery and the theatre.
OFFICE 103 AND 430
→ MAI’s offices are open Monday to Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. However, for everyone’s safety, please prefer to communicate by email or phone.
→ MAI box office is also open during regular hours: Tuesday to Friday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and one (1) hour before each performance.
→ Our rehearsal studios are currently open for rent. Wearing a mask is compulsory if a distance of 2 metres is not respected. Only stable teams of 10 people or less who are working on one show at a time are permitted to remove their masks and perform with no physical distancing.
→ Disinfection of frequently touched areas is necessary. Disinfection equipment will be provided in each studio.
→ As of September 1, 2021, vaccine passports along with a form of photo-identification are required for all individuals over 13 years of age to attend the café-bar and any performance at the MAI.
→ MAI Café-bar is open one (1) hour before each performance for all ticket holders.
→ Proof of vaccination along with photo-identification is required upon entry.
→ Wearing a mask is mandatory when circulating in the café-bar. It can be removed while seated at a table or briefly to consume food and/or drink.
→ No proof of vaccination is required to enter the gallery.
→ Wearing a mask is mandatory at all times in the gallery.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, have had recent contact with someone who has the virus, or have been out of the country for less than fourteen (14) days, please reschedule your visit to MAI.