The Building & Facilities
Nestled in the heart of the Mile-Ex neighborhood of Montreal, Never Apart features 12,000 square feet of gallery, music production and creative space. It houses a theatre for screenings, a versatile mezzanine that opens to a garden and saltwater pool for gatherings, an archive of 10,000 vinyl records, and both Sun and Moon Rooms. Home of the Never Apart non-profit, the Centre is ready for all forms of artistic collaboration to fulfill its mission of ending separation and igniting positive change and unity through culture.
We rent our space for conferences, seminars, bootcamps, talks, screenings, photo shoots and video shoots. We do not rent for parties, private art openings or product launches.
Our team evaluates each rental proposal on a case by case basis.
If you wish to rent our space, please tell us as much as possible about your event (date, time, cause/purpose, detailed description of the event, number of people expected including staff, detailed schedule, etc.).
Pricing and further information available here.
Submitting an Exhibition Proposal
We accept exhibition proposals two times a year for our seasonal exhibitions (which change every 3 months): between November 14th-30th and Aril 14-30th
Please e-mail [email protected] to submit your work.
We ask for a brief description of your proposal along with some supporting images or videos to give us an idea of your proposed work.
Use the subject line “PROPOSAL FOR EXHIBITION”
If there is a fit, we will contact you.
Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at Never Apart.
To contact the Never Apart team, please email us at [email protected].
Mile-Ex is the eclectic blend of houses, galleries, factories, auto-body shops and restaurants woven between the hip Mile-End district and the culturally diverse Parc-Ex. Between Little Italy and Jean Talon Market to the east and Avenue du Parc to the west, Mile-Ex is home to Montreal’s edgiest arts and music scenes, hosting a network of venues and gathering places, to which Never Apart has joined as a hub for expression, elevation and transformation.