Sherbrooke's dazzle will undoubtedly catch your eye! The city’s cultural fireworks include outdoor exhibits and works that reveal a part of Sherbrooke’s history.
Sporobole is an art centre with a unique concept. It promotes digital art by offering courses, organising exhibits and welcoming artists to their workshops. Sporobole opens up its creative, high-tech laboratories. One is located in a 900 ft2 modular space for the creation of sound and video. There are 2D and 3D print labs and technicians on site who can help artists with their projects!
Stemming from a collaboration between Sherbrooke’s Fine Arts Museum, the City of Sherbrooke and Destination Sherbrooke, the Parcours Photo Sherbrooke is the initiative of many photographers in the region. Discover it by wandering the Lac-des-Nations Boardwalk. You can visit both the three central photo installations, but also several mosaicultures. Come back often, as the photo themes change regularly. Each visit is different!
Sherbrooke is known for its independent cinemas and variety of films shown. The Maison du Cinema, in the heart of downtown, is a bastion for independent films, which makes films lovers in the region happy. You can discover repertory screening and Quebec productions. Many international films are presented each year during the Festival du Cinéma du Monde de Sherbrooke. Perfect time to fill up on culture!
Off to the Drive-In
A drive-in is something that everyone should experience at least once in their lives (or relive a bit of nostalgia). When warm summer nights are calling, stay out late and enjoy a film!
Drive-ins are becoming increasingly rare in Quebec. There are only six in the province, and one, the Ciné-Parc Orford, is located on Sherbrooke’s western edge. It has two screens, one presenting English films. There are also inflatable games, an outdoor playground, picnic tables, a volleyball court and a snack bar. Get there early and choose the best spot! It’s a perfect night out under the stars!