Hello Montreal! Salut!
Having established itself as a vibrant venue for video, photography, sculpture, painting, dance, and theatre, we are open to young artists and curators seeking to present professional solo or group shows. Ctrllab is available as a rehearsal and performance space and can readily accommodate groups for fundraisers, album launches and private events.
Ctrllab est une galerie d’art et un espace évènementiel dédié à la promotion d'œuvres d’artistes émergents ou établis, apportant à la communauté artistique montréalaise un lieu unique de rendez-vous pour des évènements nouveaux et innovants. Notre but est de stimuler un nouveau dialogue et de provoquer le public avec des œuvres provenant de diverses disciplines, dans un cadre artistique non traditionnel.
S'étant établi comme un lieu de rendez-vous vibrant pour la vidéo, la photographie, la sculpture, la peinture, la danse et le théâtre, Ctrllab est aussi capable d’accueillir des évènements de levées de fonds, de lancement d’album ou de livre, ainsi que des soirées privées. Notre espace est ouvert aux jeunes artistes et conservateurs cherchant à présenter des solos professionnels ou des spectacles de groupes, et il est également disponible comme salle de répétition ou scène de spectacle pour les danseurs, musiciens, acteurs et chorégraphes désirant partager leur travail.
Exhibit your work and have the unique opportunity to expose all sorts of artworks. Connect with the vibrant Montreal art scene and make a mark in the contemporary art world!
be apart of our artist in residency program, and you can stay over at our Art House. learn the full process of running a show before throw your own!
Showcase your skills and help teach your fans, ctrl a class and enrich our community as it will also help inspire you!
put your stuff up for sale at our pop up shop and online store! bring people together to explore the spectrum of independent artists! no commission sales so you can achieve your sales goals.
After a few years of taking a break, Ctrllab Art Gallery and Residencies are back! This Unique art space is reborn and ready for your next art exhibit! Located in the heart of the action of St-Laurent Blvd at the corner of Prince Arthur st. This 900 sqft space 8.5” high ceiling with over 85” of wall space available as of now its fully equipped with lights, AV and AC and a 10 ft projector screen. A multi-purpose space which can host anything from art shows, installations, dance performances, music and audio projects, markets, pop up shops, fashion shows, meetings, workshops, screenings, photo shoots, filming and classes for art, yoga, acting and meditation. A fully equiped small kitchen is also available for use to both Gallery and Residency. Liquor license can be organized on demand for bar service providing beer and wine for art openings and Vernissage A 600 sqft Art residency available for non local artist and visitors. Our unique room will provide a home for people that want to inspire our beautiful city. Ctrllab Residencies are rented daily, weekly or monthly, discounts apply for long term bookings.
Debut your new creation
teach independent courses
short and long term stays
exhibit be apart of our online store
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