To encourage, promote and stimulate contemporary Inuit and First Nations artists, and all artists engaged in Fine Crafts; and to foster their sustainable development.
To promote the appreciation of such arts and crafts and to increase the public’s awareness, recognition and knowledge of same.
To maintain and further develop the Permanent Collection of Inuit, First Nations art and Fine Crafts for educational purposes.
La Guilde, historical gallery and museum institution of Canadian art, has been preserving, promoting and encouraging fine crafts for more than one hundred years.
Specializing in Inuit and First Nations art, La Guilde is a non-profit organization that is comprised of a permanent collection, one of the most influential in Canada, historically and culturally rich archives, an educational program with a broad outreach, and a gallery which draws together works by renowned and emerging artists.
Situated in downtown Montreal, La Guilde's Gallery offers all of its customers high quality contemporary art.
Portrait of Martha May Phillips
II-140198.1, Photographie, Mlle Phillips, Montréal, QC, 1901
© Musée McCord.
Portrait of Alice J. Peck
II-103449, Photographie, Mme James Peck, Wm. Notman & Sons, Montréal, 1894.
© Musée McCord.
Constance V. Pathy
Britta Johanna Echtle
Management Assistant (collection / administration)
Programming & Communications Director
Programming & Communications Coordonnator
Remo Javier Castillo
Handling and Facilities Manager / Gallery Assistant
Gallery and Exhibitions Assistant / Education
Gallery and Exhibitions Assistant