The cultural programming
On the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the death of Marie de l’Incarnation, a series of activities will be presented from April 30, 2022 to April 30, 2023. These activities, aimed at a public of all ages, will allow us to better understand this important female figure in our history.
Echoes from the Heart
An immersive experience in the Ursuline Monastery Chapel
This 360-degree audio tour brings you on an intimate journey through the Ursuline Chapel. Sisters from the community generously share their experiences of this place of remembrance. It is through their words, music, silence and values that they present you with the keys for appreciating the history, architecture, decor, works of art and symbols that characterize this place.
When: Anytime, according to the opening hours of the chapel
Duration: 50 minutes
Where: The Ursuline Chapel
Adults: $15; students or seniors 65+ :
$12; youth 6-17: $6; children 5 and under: free
A walk through the Ursulines’ neighborhood
By taking a walk through the Ursulines’ neighborhood, you will see the lasting impact that our pioneers in education have made on the area.
The Ursulines have been a part of Old Quebec since their arrival in 1639. Discover the degree of influence they have had on the people around them as well as the relationships they have maintained with their fellow citizens since they arrived. You will see to what extent these women have been a part of the world, despite being cloistered for the vast majority of their time in Quebec City.
June 23-July 30, 2022, and September 1-September 4, 2022: Thursday-Sunday, 10:15 a.m. and 3:30 p.m;
August 4 to 28, 2022: Thursday to Sunday, 3:00 p.m;
Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11, 2022, at 3:00 p.m.
Important: Friday at 3:30 p.m. and Saturday at 10:15 a.m. tours are offered in English only.
Duration: 75 minutes
Location: Outdoor tour in the area around the monastery
Adults: $15; students or seniors 65+: $12; youth 6-17: $6; children 5 and under: free
Exhibition of the Altar frontal with Monograms of Jesus and Mary at the Chapel
Attributed to Marie of the Incarnation and the nuns who learned the art of embroidery form her, this frontal is believed to have been used in the first chapel, built in 1674, for Father Chaumonot’s Huron mission in Ancienne-Lorette.
This loan from the Huron-Wendat Museum symbolizes and perpetuates the special relationship between the Huron-Wendat community and the Ursulines that has existed since the 17th century.
When: From april 30 to September 30, 2022.
At any time, according to the opening hours of the chapel
Where: Ursuline Chapel
Textile works inspired by the Ursulines’ collections
Artist or artisan? The distinctions between the two no longer matter. Embroiderer, milliner, lacemaker, feather worker, weaver, weaver-artist, textile artist. The exhibition Common Threads brings them all together, in dialogue with the Ursulines’ rich heritage.
Les Ursulines et leur quartier
Balade extérieure avec un médiateur culturel ou une médiatrice culturelle
Ce parcours offre la chance de découvrir de manière originale l’établissement de la congrégation au cœur de la cité, son influence sur l’urbanisme, l’architecture et la toponymie de même que la présence d’illustres voisins du monastère.
Du 12 septembre au 1er novembre : les samedis et dimanches à 13h et à 16h.
Adultes : 10$ | Aînés ou étudiants : 8$ | 6 à 17 ans : 5$ | 5 ans et moins : gratuit
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