ATSA is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by artists Pierre Allard and Annie Roy. In a striking and playful manner, they create and present transdisciplinary works and events in the form of interventions, installations, performances and life-like stagings, motivated by a desire to raise public awareness about critical social, environmental and cultural causes and concerns.

Their approach aims to ensure that the aesthetic and symbolic elements of art also serve as tools for interaction and education, confronting us with individual and collective responsibilities and stimulating open exchange and reflection in the public realm.

ATSA is a creative, pacifist and conscious movement committed to promoting and advancing sustainable development and the fundamental rights of humanity and nature. ATSA is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Prix Giverny Capital 2011 and the Artists for Peace Award 2008.


4430, rue Drolet
Montréal, Québec
H2W 2L8

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