Culture, Arts & Heritage

Coeur Du Village (1)

(450) 538-0486

Le Coeur du Village, a not-for-profit art centre, first opened its doors to artists and audiences in December 2003.Our mission is to provide the community of Sutton with a place to reach the artist in all of us.

David James (1)

(450) 538-6665

By appointment

David James is a sculptor who works in glass and stone. His sculptures have been designated as cultural objects of national importance by the federal ministry, Heritage Canada.

musee-sutton

(450) 538-2883

Sat and Sun 12pm to 4pm

In the heart of the village,at the starting point of the historical Village Circuit, is the Sutton Historical Society. Under the theme “communications’ the museum will transport you back in time from the establishment of the postal service, the arrival of trains and the telegraph to the telephone, radio and cinema.

farfelu1s

(450) 538-5959

Thu to Sun 11am to 5pm

Specializing in arts & crafts, Galerie Farfelu is a collective of some 40 local artists and craftspeople whose creations are displayed in the boutique-gallery. The work displayed is attractively arranged and very varied: bookbinding, jewelry, clothing, photographs, paintings and sculptures. This is a place where there is something for everyone in the whole family.

imagiers1s

(450) 538-1771

Thu to Sun 11am to 5pm

Les Imagiers is more than just a gallery. Owner François Brisson paints on the premises almost every day. He welcomes questions from visitors and will even give a personal tour. The gallery also shows the work of about 10 other painters and sculptors, many of them local