The McCord & Us/ Floor plan of theatre

The McCord Museum on Sherbrooke West and the Women’s Art Society of Montreal have a special relationship and collaboration  that goes back many years.    

It has taken steps to preserve our heritage by taking  custody of our archives  which in itself gives  great insight into the fortunes and struggles of the Women’s Art Society and will be preserved for future generations. 

Besides housing our archives and hosting our regular events during the season at the fully equipped Armand Bombardier theatre, the McCord offers free visits to their exhibitions to all our members and friends on the same day as our scheduled events.  We also receive notifications to TEA AT THE MCCORD, now in its 3rd year and gaining in popularity each year.  They don’t take reservations so it’s first come, first served.   100 seats available and best of all, it’s FREE.

So,  choose one of our TUESDAYS and make it a day !  Come early with your friends, visit the McCord exhibits, enjoy their gourmet restaurant and top it off with a featured presentation of the Women’s Art Society of Montreal !      Get enlightened, enriched and inspired………….

 September 18 announcement:  The MCCORD has concluded merger discussions with the STEWART MUSEUM which means that they have a long-term objective to unite under one roof to create a unique history museum which will highlight one of the most important and exceptional collections that documents the history of Montreal, Quebec and Canada.  Suzanne Sauvage is the President and CEO or the new MCCORD STEWART MUSEUM.

IMPORTANT:   For our presenters at the McCord Theatre, check out the floor plan here to better organize your event.     PLAN OF THE MCCORD BOMBARDIER THEATRE 



Presented in French with bilingual question period


Upcoming Teas at the McCord

November 19, 2013 - Nora Hague, Senior Cataloguer, Notman Photographic Archives

February 4, 2014 - Christian Vachon, Curator, Paintings, Prints and Drawings and Head, Collections Management

March 18, 2014 - Cheryl Thompson, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University

May 13, 2014 - Céline Widmer, Curator, History and Archives


For more information about TEA AT THE MCCORD, contact Natacha Lachaine

Coordonnatrice au développement


690, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal (Québec)  H3A 1E9

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