The Musée d'art de Joliette, located a pleasant forty minute drive East of Montreal, Québec, Canada, boasts eight exhibit rooms and a 8,000 piece collection that encompasses an extraordinary range of ancient and modern art from Québec, other parts of Canada and abroad. In addition to many works by such renowned Canadian artists as Paul-Émile Borduas, Jean-Paul Riopelle and Emily Carr, the museum has a unique collection of European sculpture from the Middle Ages and an impressive range of religious objets d'art dating from the days of New France. The museum offers a varied program of temporary and travelling exhibits plus cultural and educational activities of interest to art lovers of all ages.
France Gascon, Director of Museum and Project Curator
Pascale Champagne, Research Assistant
Marcelle Roy, Editor (French)
Musée d'art de Joliette
145, rue Wilfrid-Corbeil
CANADA J6E 4T4