Goûter, voir, entendre | Soirée bénéfice

Taste, See, Listen | Fundraising Evening

Thursday, May 4th, 2023 - 6 PM

To celebrate its 117th anniversary, La Guilde is having a fundraising evening on Thursday, May 4th, 2023! Chef Swaneige’s delectable cuisine featuring native ingredients and artist Nina Segalowitz’s throat singing performance are sure to delight your senses.

This is your last chance to see the exhibition Une histoire de réussite | A Journey From Coast to Coast, presenting hidden treasures from our archives and permanent collection alongside the works of contemporary artists Barry Ace, Jordan Bennett, Nadia Myre, and Melissa Peter-Paul.

Click below to purchase your ticket(s)! All proceeds will go towards our annual campaign. Do not miss this opportunity to contribute to our mission, celebrate, and discover Indigenous talent! If you are unable to attend, you can still contribute to our annual campaign by making a donation here


6 PM - Opening at 1356 Sherbrooke W., Montréal
6:30 PM - Presentation and tasting the spring solstice menu by Chef Swaneige
7:30 PM - Throat singing performance by Nina Segalowitz
Wine & refreshments will be served until 9 PM.

More about the artists:

Throat singer, hand drummer, and spoken word artist Nina Segalowitz uses music to share the history of Inuit and First Nations People. Practiced by the Inuit for hundreds of years, throat singing, or katajjaq, traditionally consists of two women who sing duets in a close face-to-face formation, creating an impressive and harmonious rhythm in a contest where the first singer to laugh or break the rhythm “loses”.

Multidisciplinary artist, costume designer, and chef Swaneige Bertrand, from the Acho Dene koe Nation of the Northwest Territories, enthusiastically shares the positivity of Indigenous cultures in all areas of her work. Her cuisine offers a gastronomic experience that takes us on a journey to discover the land’s rich and diverse palate.

Photo: © La Guilde