Our history

In 2004, four professional art organizations, namely, Groupe des 33, Moulin à Musique, Côté Cour Côté Jardin et Les Sortilèges, settled in a collective workspace at the Lapalme Center, under the direction of the Corporation de développement communautaire de Rosemont.

Later, in 2006, these organizations integrated the non-profit organization Scène-Ouverte while seven new members joined the collective workspace. By 2014, our bureau of artistic support and accompaniment was set up and offered artistic development project services as well as communication and administration services to 10 artistic performing and street arts organizations.

The activities of support/accompaniment services offered by Scène-Ouverte have grown substantially since the beginning of 2018 with its new business model. By the end of 2018, this continuous growth shall provide support to close to 25 artistic companies, gathering nearly 200 local artists within at least forty artistic projects.

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