Art fans rejoice because next Friday, you'll get to enjoy a unique experience at one of Montreal's best museums. Did I mention that this all free?\nThat's right, the Musée d'art Contemporain de Montréal (MAC) will be free to attend on June 21st! In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, every exhibition in the MAC will be free of charge. Come experience the opening of their newest collections before anyone else!\nThe MAC will premiere its latest exhibitions on June 20th, which will feature artists such as Rebecca Belmore and Ragnar Kjartansson. At the moment, the MAC is being transformed in order to better host these fabulous artists.\nWhat's better than a free museum day on a beautiful summer day? If it's too hot, what better way to cool off in some A/C by walking around an incredible modern art museum!\nMAC's free exhibitions day is to honour the National Indigenous People's Day. This day of recognition was instituted in 1996 to celebrate the culture and contributions of all Canadian First Nations.\nThere will be celebrations all over Canada and the MAC has chosen to celebrate by giving all of us a chance to see their latest exhibitions free of charge!\nIn recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the MAC will be free of charge on Friday, June 21, all day, to allow more visitors to view exhibitions.#NIPDCanada pic.twitter.com/76hDDEZWrh— MAC de Montréal (@macmtl) June 12, 2019\nIn addition to Belmore and Kjartansson, the new exhibitions on June 20th will include Nadia Myre, Francis Alys, and Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau.\nYou'll for sure spend the whole day walking around with all these artists AND the MAC's permanent collection free of charge!\nREAD ALSO: Dead Rat Photographed On A Montreal STM Green Line Train Seat (Photo)\nRebecca Belmore traite de conflits et de crises planétaires en lien avec les changements climatiques, l’accès à l’eau, l’itinérance, etc. À voir au MAC en juin dans une expo organisée par le @agotoronto #museumweek #womeninculture https://t.co/HUfrm5zeXE pic.twitter.com/jCXRDtEEUf— MAC de Montréal (@macmtl) May 13, 2019\nTranslation: Rebecca Belmore's work addresses global conflicts and crises driven by climate change, water access, homelessness, etc. Coming to the MAC in June in an expo organized by @agotoronto.\nView this post on Instagram Le MAC vu par @maison.neuve⠀⠀ *⠀⠀ #museumweek #PhotoMW⠀⠀ #Instamuseum #museumgram #contemporaryart #art #musées #museums A post shared by MAC Musée d'art contemporain (@macmontreal) on May 18, 2019 at 5:04am PDT\nBeing one of the most spectacular museums in Montreal, the MAC is sure to please art fans of all tastes!\nREAD ALSO: Mayor Valérie Plante Is Introducing New Rules To Make Apartments More Affordable In Montreal\nBe sure to check out the MAC's free day on June 21st!\nWhat: MAC free exhibitions day in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day\nWhere: 185 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\nCost: FREE!\nFor more information, please visit the MAC's official website.