Presse Release : Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 presents positive results

PRESS   RELEASE For immediate distribution Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 presents positive results: record-breaking attendance, unparalleled level of satisfaction, and profits Montreal (QUEBEC), November 15, 2013 – Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013, one of Quebec’s most popular events this past summer, exceeded its objectives by attracting 1,015,666 visitors to the Montreal Botanical Garden. Results to date confirm record-breaking attendance […] >

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Qatar Airways People’s Choice Award: we have a winner!

Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal is happy to announce that Mr. Stéphane Ferland has won the trip to Doha offered by Qatar Airways. His name was picked in a random draw on October 3rd, under the supervision of the firm Pénéga Communication. More than 92,000 visitors took part in the contest which was held at the Qatar Airways […] >

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MIM2013 Book, now available online!

You can now buy the MIM2013 Book simply by clicking here. This album is practically a visit of the Mosaïcultures with the beautiful pictures of the works, presentation texts that explain the signification and the artistic thinking of the creators and other information such as the type of plants that were used and the birds that were […] >

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Mosaïcultures’s Soundtrack

A lot of visitors asked us about the songs the could hear all along their visit at the MIM2013. The soundtrack you can hear at The Bird Tree is an original creation by a collaboration between Lise Cormier and BAM Production that takes part of the artwork itself. Spirits of the Forest and Mother Earth Around Spirits of […] >

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One week extension for Mosaïcultures!

With a record-high number of visitors this weekend, the community of Montreal and tourists alike have demonstrated their interest in the event, wishing it to last longer. Therefore, it is with excitment that we announce a one-week extension of the event. Mr. Laurent Blanchard, mayor of Montreal, announced, by a press release, that the Mosaïcultures exhbition will […] >

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The Winners Revealed!

The Grand Honorary Award goes to China’s works and the Qatar Airways People’s Choice Award goes to Mother Earth The International Mosaïculture Committee is proud to announce the works of art that won the International Jury’s Grand Honorary Award, the Qatar Airways People’s Choice Award and the Frédéric Back Award. The award ceremony will take place tonight […] >

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The International Jury Visits Montreal

After two months spent conscientiously tending our horticultural works of art, Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal welcomed the international jury on September 3rd. The judges were on the site, at the Montreal Botanical Garden, to evaluate the horticultural sculptures according to pre-established criteria and according to the sculptures’ compatibility with the exhibition’s main theme, Land of Hope. The […] >

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126 Volunteers Making a Difference in Land of Hope

As you may expect, a competition of the scale of Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 requires a great deal of effort and commitment. In addition to the various teams on the ground, in the administrative offices, on the boards, and on the committees, Land of Hope is also about 126 volunteers, each one as devoted as the next. […] >

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Take Part in MIM2013’s Closing Ceremony!

We’re holding a contest for MIM2013’s final month The countdown has begun: there’s only one month left to visit Mosaicultures Internationales Montréal 2013! For the occasion, we’re inviting you to take part in the Mosaiculture Sculpture Finding  for a chance to attend MIM2013’s closing ceremony on September 27, 2013. The international committee and several dignitaries are invited to […] >

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Thank you to our 500,000 visitors!

On August 25, 2013, Mosaïcultures Internationales welcomed their 500,000th visitor! Given this positive response from the public, it’s safe to say that the event stands out as a top tourist attraction for the summer of 2013. The team wishes to offer its sincere thanks to all the visitors who have come to the Botanical Garden for the […] >

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A look back to Mosaiculture International Hamamatsu 2009

 Nagasaki Peace  Located halfway between Tokyo and Osaka, Hamamatsu is the cradle of the large car manufacturers sucha as Suzuki and Honda. It was also called the “city of the music” because of its long tradition of manufacturing of instruments, especially the piano. Its local culinary speciality is the eel, whose city has been a place of […] >

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Nearing the half-million mark!

After welcoming its 450,000th visitor yesterday, Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 is happy to announce that, as of next week, a half a million people will have visited the Botanical Garden to see the Mosaïcultures. Since opening, visitor traffic to the event has increased steadily, with 30,000 people entering the gates of the Botanical Garden last weekend. The […] >

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Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 – Land of Hope, A Green-Certified Event

Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 – Land of Hope (MIM2013), a first in termsof large green-certified events, is an exhibit that draws its inspiration from global environmental issues. Environmental considerations and concerns are the very essence of the event, with sustainable development practices incorporated at all levels of the organization, including the theme and its development, the planning […] >

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THE FAMILY TREE

A mosaiculture presented by Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Canada. (Photo: Guy Boily) This mosaiculture work is a tribute to the family unit, which is the foundation of our society. The birth of a child, an event full of joy and hope, exemplifies the theme of this edition of the Mosaïcultures Internationales, “Land of Hope.” In many countries, a tree […] >

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HIROSHIMA COMMEMORATION

The Peace Bell will ring in the name of the friendship of nations! Montréal, le 5 août 2013 – Montréal Space for Life suggests a time of contemplation on the occasion of the Peace Ceremony to be held at 7 p.m. at the Botanical Garden. This event recalls the memory of the Hiroshima bombing on August 6, […] >

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Cultural days of Turkey from July 22nd till August 4th

Program: An exhibition of photos of the artist Sirma Saltik and the sculptures of Ozgen Eryasa, tourist presentations on Gaziantep and works of art of the painter Pelin Yazar Canez. July 27th and August 3rd places in the dance with these various representations: TEKE: the dance originated from the village carrying the same name. It is a dance of […] >

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WATER, SOURCE OF LIFE

A work presented by Ville de L’Assomption, Québec There was a time when the L’Assomption River was considered one of Québec’s most polluted bodies of water. Thanks to efforts deployed over recent decades, the river is once again home to a variety of aquatic species and is suitable as well for recreational water sports. The work represents […] >

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A TALE OF TAILS

A Species-Rich Island Madagascar is one of the most richly biodiverse places on the planet. Isolated from the continent at the end of the Cretaceous period approximately 85 million years ago, at a time when dinosaurs still roamed the Earth, this country is home to species that are unique worldwide. Lemurs are part of these species that […] >

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Gypsy or Gaïa?

The Gypsy Girl of Zeugma The Gypsy Girl is the picture of melancholy. Her hair is parted in the middle and she is wearing a hat. Her forehead is short, her face innocent, and her cheeks are round. Her eyes follow you as you walk around the room. At the time the mosaic was discovered, she was […] >

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Planting plane trees to attract the Phoenix

PRODUCED BY: City of Beijing, China In ancient Chinese legend, the Phoenix is the king of birds. People today still consider it the bearer of happiness and a symbol of peace and harmony. This mosaiculture is inspired by a beautiful ancient Chinese legend—Planting plane trees to attract the Phoenix—to explain to people that through hard work on […] >

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A True Story!

PRODUCED BY: City of Shanghai, China The story took place in China in the late 1980s. Xu Xiu Juan, a girl born in a city in northern China, had loved red crown cranes since her earliest childhood. After graduating from university, she travelled very far, to Yangcheng Nature Reserve, to care for these cranes. But one day, […] >

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More than 1000 persons came to the opening of the MIM2013. A GREAT SUCCESS!

Press release                                                                                  THE GREATS OF HORTICULTURAL ART READY TO DAZZLE THE PUBLIC WITH BREATHTAKING CREATIONS  Grand opening of the Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 – Land of Hope Montreal (Quebec), June 21, 2013 – Today marked the grand opening of the event:Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 – Land of Hope (MIM2013) at the Montreal Botanical Garden. For this occasion, several dignitaries […] >

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A larger-than-life program for the Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013

Press Release For immediate release Montreal (Quebec), June 12, 2013 – Today, at the Montreal Botanical Garden, Lise Cormier, President of the International Mosaiculture Committee, and Gilles Vincent, Director of the Montreal Botanical Garden, launched the rich and diversified program that will emerge this summer throughout the Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 competition (MIM2103). At the same time, […] >

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Great moves in the Montreal botanical garden

À un mois de l’ouverture de l’ouverture des Mosaïcultures internationales de Montréal, le travail de montage des sculptures de fleures et de plantes est en cours. Dans deux semaines, ce sera une course contre la montre, on travaillera jour et nuit. Des monuments de verdure, petits et grands, s’intégreront au paysage du Jardin botanique pour vous présenter […] >

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A look back to Mosaiculture International Hamamatsu 2009

 Nagasaki Peace  Located halfway between Tokyo and Osaka, Hamamatsu is the cradle of the large car manufacturers sucha as Suzuki and Honda. It was also called the “city of the music” because of its long tradition of manufacturing of instruments, especially the piano. Its local culinary speciality is the eel, whose city has been a place of […] >

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Incomparable masterworks of living art!

MOSAÏCULTURES INTERNATIONALES MONTRÉAL 2013 presents Land of Hope A spectacular treat for the senses, June 22 to September 29, 2013 at the Montreal Botanical Garden Montreal (Québec), February 4, 2013 – Today marked the official launch of the world’s most prestigious competition of horticultural art, Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 (MIM2013). A highlight of the event was the […] >

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A look back to Mosaiculture International Shanghai 2006

Fountain of life, Shanghai, China Mosaiculture International Shanghai 2006 took place in the “Chinese Dragon Head”, as it is called by its inhabitants. The city of Shanghai was the next to host the event, after Montréal, its sister city, to the delight of almost one million visitors. From September 15 to November 30, visitors admired more than […] >

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A look back at Mosaïcultures internationales de Montréal 2003

The second Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal (MIM 2003) competition took place in during the summer of 2003 with the theme “Myths and Legends of the World.” Over 51 cities and organizations from 32 countries created the hundred or so works of floral art that were admired by more than 755,000 visitors during the exhibition’s 110-day run. In total, the […] >

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WHAT TO DO IN MONTREAL THIS SUMMER

Plan your outings! Come summer, Montréal will play host to the millions who flock to see Les Francofolies, Just for Laughs, the Jazz Fest and/or the Grand Prix. This summer, the city’s impressive line-up of world-class events offers an added bonus: Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 (MIM2013). The dazzling exhibition-cum-international competition is a veritable feast for the senses, […] >

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A look back at Mosaïcultures internationales de Montréal 2000

The very first edition of Mosaïcultures Internationales (MIM2000) took place in Montréal in the summer of 2000 under the theme, “The Planet is a Mosaic.” Over 30 cities and organizations from 14 countries created the hundred or so works of floral art that were admired by close to 730,000 visitors during the exhibition’s 110-day run. In total, […] >

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What is the event known as Mosaïcultures Internationales?

March 4, 2013 A worldwide event as the name implies, Mosaïcultures Internationales™ is both a competition and an exhibition whose participants present something of their culture through the spectacular, highly specialized horticultural medium known as “mosaiculture.” Mosaïcultures Internationales™ are governed by the International Mosaiculture Committee, established during the event’s first edition in Montréal in the year 2000 […] >

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2000 Montreal International Mosaicultures revisited

The first edition of Mosaïcultures Internationales exhibition (MIM) was held in Montreal during the summer of 2000, with the theme of “The Planet is a Mosaic.” . More than 30 cities and organizations from 14 countries participated at this biggest horticultural exhibition and competition. Over a hundred floral works had been created.  More than 730 000 visitors […] >

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OFFICIAL LAUNCH MOSAICULTURES INTERNATIONALES MONTRÉAL 2013 – LAND OF HOPE

A spectacular treat for the senses, June 22 to September 29, 2013 at the Montreal Botanical Garden The 4th of February 2013 marked the official launch of the world’s most prestigious competition of horticultural art, Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 (MIM2013). A highlight of the event was the disclosure of the competition’s key theme, Land of Hope, a strong […] >

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Lancement officiel de Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 Terre d’Espérance

Préparez-vous à mettre vos sens à l’épreuve, du 22 juin au 29 septembre 2013, au cœur du Jardin botanique de Montréal! C’est aujourd’hui qu’avait lieu l’annonce officielle de la tenue de la compétition d’art horticole la plus prestigieuse sur la scène internationale : Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 (MIM2013). Pour l’occasion, de nombreux invités de marque ont assisté au […] >

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The world’s biggest mosaicultures exhibition is back in Québec!

The competition Mosaïcultures internationales montréal 2013 (MIM2013) will bloom once again in Québec between June 22 and September 29, 2013. With 50 participating cities, 30 countries and 250 of the world’s most talented horticultural artists, visitors are in for a dazzling 2.2-km circuit through the Montréal Botanical Garden.   MIM2013 will feature living, growing, two and three […] >

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Lise Cormier : Gardening on a grand scale!

Lise Cormier fell under the spell of mosaiculture during a visit to Harbin, China, where she saw a work representing three doves that stood over 40 feet high. Wishing to bring the spectacular horticultural art form to Québec, she founded the Mosaïcultures Internationales® competition in 2000. She currently heads the International Mosaiculture Committee, which oversees the competition […] >

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Prestiguous accolade for Lise Cormier

Published on September 20, 2012 by Échocité Reproduced in translation Congratulations go to Lise Cormier following her induction into the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects’ College of Fellows on September 14. A leader in her field, Cormier is a senior Ville de Montréal official who currently serves as Executive Vice-President and General Manager of Mosaïcultures Internationales de […] >

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