Diary of a Neighbourhood utilizes a series of apartment fronts, notably the windows, to ‘publish’ a self-penned literary work. It is a community-based initiative, implicating the residents of one street in one Montréal neighbourhood.
Envisioned as a trans-disciplinary project, Diary of a Neighbourhood encompasses public art, print art, installation, street theatre and performance but remains, in essence, a literary work. The production includes a series of performances realized over a 7-day period that take place on the sidewalks, balconies, front porches and the stairwells of each participating building.
Location : Jeanne-Mance Street, between Prince-Arthur and avenue des Pins, encompassing apartment buildings and co-ops on both sides of the street as well as the Strathearn Centre.
Neighbourhood Watch (performances): May 28th – June 3rd FREE!
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