Tour des Arts 2023 runs from July 15 to 23

Tour des Arts 2023 runs from July 15 to 23

Record Staff


Quebec’s Eastern Townships is home to great number of artists and artisans.

For a 34th year, the Tour des Arts offers locals and visitors the opportunity to meet them directly at their studios.

During nine consecutive days, 32 artists and artisans from Abercorn, Sutton, Brome, Knowlton, Lac-Brome, West Bolton, East Bolton, and Mansonville open the doors to their creative spaces and share their passion.

The Tour des Arts is a collective of local artists and artisans that showcases an impressive variety of high-quality artwork: From painting to pottery, to glass art, sculpture, jewelry, clothing, fine wood- working, to handmade guitars, these professional artists exhibit exquisite artwork, every piece unique and made by hand, with love, skill and flair. This year Alan MacIntyre (aka Loose Canine) is back with his constructed paintings and Lac Brome painter Michel Beaucage, renowned for his lively colours, has joined the group. Come and meet them and the other 30 seasoned Tour des Arts artists for exciting ex- changes and enchanting discoveries.

The studios and homes of the Tour des Arts artists are located in one Quebec’s of the most picturesque regions: Explore the bucolic landscapes and panoramic roads while traveling from one studio to an- other and meeting the artists, brochure in hand. This year’s Tour des Arts brochure will be available at the end of May in all tourist offices and local businesses. You can also download the brochure directly from

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