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Our commitment to culture
By their very nature, our businesses – media, music, books, shows, audiovisual production – contribute to our society’s cultural and economic life. Above and beyond that, we are committed to actively supporting Québec’s artists and creators, and promoting their work.
We have never ceased to be Inspired by my father Pierre Péladeau’s love of music and the arts. We believe we have a duty to help promote our culture’s richness and our artists’ creative talent by bringing them to the widest possible audience. They are the wellsprings of our society’s vitality and infuse every part of our social landscape with vibrancy and life. So it is that we are dedicated to supporting all artistic disciplines. And just as it is important to preserve our cultural heritage, we also need to give young artists a helping hand. We are proud to be able to say that we have been doing so for more than 60 years.
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The Quebecor Gallery on the ground floor of our head office gives employees, visitors and passersby a chance to discover and appreciate the works of immensely talented Québec artists. Throughout the year, we present exhibitions featuring well-established and up-and-coming artists alike.
Since it opened in 2012, the Quebecor Gallery has presented some 20 exhibitions by a dozen Québec artists, including the signers of Refus global, Michel Goulet, Marc Séguin, Armand Vaillancourt, Jérôme Fortier, Marie-Josée Laframboise, Patrick Beaulieu, Jacinthe Carrier, Pascal Dufaux, Guy Laramée and Catherine Bolduc.
Artist Louis Boudreault
Exhibition Fragments d'écriture
Dates February 11 to April 15, 2018
Past exhibitions at our gallery
Every year, we publish our Bilan culturel, a report on the efforts of all our subsidiaries to promote Québec culture in all its forms. Our contributions to Québec’s cultural industry had a total value of more than $500 million last year.
(reports only available in French)
Éléphant, our largest philanthropic project, is digitizing and restoring Québec’s heritage of feature films and making them accessible to the general public again.Éléphant