René Lapierre
The Grand Prix du livre de Montréal promotes excellence in creative writing and the vitality of Montréal’s publishing industry.
The Prix Louis-Comtois was created in 1991 by the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) to recognize excellence in visual arts and arts and crafts.
This award recognizes the perseverance of a recreational organization that works daily to improve access to quality artistic activities for Montrealers with disabilities.
The Grand Prix du Conseil des arts de Montréal has recognized the excellence and vitality of a Montréal arts organization. 2016 marks the 60th anniversary of The Conseil des arts de Montréal.
The 2015 Phyllis-Lambert Grant is awarded to Pelletier de Fontenay.
This award is named in honour of the man who worked tirelessly to make theatre accessible to all Montrealers.
The Prix de littérature jeunesse recognizes creative excellence in children’s book publishing in Montréal.
Presented as an award of excellence in visual arts, design and arts and crafts, the Prix François-Houdé is part of the Prix de Montréal for arts and culture.
Pierre Ayot was a multidisciplinary artist whose body of work spanned photography, silkscreen printing, installations and videos.
The Prix Accès culture is presented annually to a Québec performer or performing arts company officially selected to be part of the Bourse RIDEAU.
The award is presented to an artist or cultural organization that has initiated a cultural action that facilitates knowledge sharing through exchanges between creators and citizens.
The objective of these awards is to promote the talents of artists with an intellectual disability working on the sidelines.