Bahay Island at Ausgang Plaza

As part of "Let's Confront Racism Together!" Come celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Bahay Collective with us, on Saturday March 25 at Ausgang Plaza


The festival

About Festival Accès Asie

Established in 1995, Festival Accès Asie is Canada’s longest continuously running Asian heritage arts festival. Festival Accès Asie is a Montréal-based arts festival that promotes Asian arts, cultures and histories through a diversity of artistic disciplines including the visual arts, dance, theatre, film, music, literature, performance, new media and culinary arts.

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28 years - Festival Accès Asie celebrates its 28th edition in 2023, remaining the oldest Canadian-Asian multidisciplinary arts festival


More than 20 countries - The Festival has presented artists of Asian origin from more than 20 different countries including East Asia (Japan, China, Korea); Southeast Asia (Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore); South Asia (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka); Central & Middle Eastern Asia (Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Armenia).


1000 artists - To date, it has presented works of over 1000 artists of Asian origin from various disciplines.


March 3 2023
March 20 to 25 – Let’s Confront Racism Together!

We are therefore developing our anti-racist component through the arts in March 2023, on the occasion of the International Day […]

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January 23 2023
Call for directors

Curated by director Laurence Ly, the Festival is launching its first short film competition! For its first competition of Asiate […]

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January 20 2023
Cinema – Big Fight in Little Chinatown

In the early 20th century, Chinatowns began to appear in North American cities. Often bordered by affluent neighbourhoods, they are […]

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