MONTREAL, March 26 /CNW Telbec/ - Much of this city's history, culture, and art is appreciated by far too few. Montreal Mosaic - http://www.montrealmosaic.com/ - hopes to change that by providing a place to explore, question and celebrate English-Montreal's heritage and evolving cultural scene.
"Like a true mosaic, our web-magazine is an assemblage of small pieces that come together to create a picture of Metropolitan Montreal," said Guy Rodgers, chairman of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Council of the Greater Montreal Community Development Initiative (GMCDI). "And, in the image of our diverse cosmopolitan community, every piece of the mosaic maintains its own identity while contributing to the overall picture."
"Montreal Mosaic is a place to rediscover our city. A meeting place: A place for sharing stories, a place for personal reflections and community perspectives on the past, present and future of a great Canadian metropolis," said Guy Rodgers, noting that Montreal Mosaic is eager to look at how groups and individuals contribute to the local arts, culture and heritage scenes and to showcase the organizations and place who are active in the areas of Arts, Culture and Heritage in the Greater Montreal area.
Read full version of the press release (http://www.qcgn.ca/).
SOURCE Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN)
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