souk [souk] n. — 1826, from the Arabic suq

1. A marketplace in northern Africa or the Middle East; also: a stall in such a marketplace.
2. Informal French expression. Any noisy, disorderly place: Quel souk !

souk @ sat [sook at sat] n. — 2003, hybrid term

1. Bazaar organized in a loft-style space, where one can find a multitude of contemporary creations by Montrealers.
2. An ideal place to find original, stylish, clever gifts in a colourful atmosphere. Quel souk !

An eclectic gathering where connections are made and stories are told, the souk @ sat  is incomparable. Every year the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) is transformed into an exceptional market of striking creations. It brings a sense of curiosity and excitement to the winter-cloaked city through the curated array of first-rate, local designers participating.

The souk @ sat offers an unparalleled opportunity to see the most unique and contemporary designs from Montreal. It extends an exclusive invitation to come meet and connect directly with makers and spotlights new and unique products and the creative skill behind them.

Design conscious shoppers will be in their element at this ultimate, annual rendez-vous.

 

Opening reception

Tuesday, November 27 – 
5PM to 9PM
(by invitation only // reserved for the media and VIP)

Public opening

Wednesday, November 28 – 
12PM to 9PM
Thursday, November 29 – 12PM to 9PM
Friday, November 30 – 12PM to 9PM
Saturday, December 1 – 12PM to 7PM
Sunday, December 2 – 12PM to 7PM

Free admission

Society for arts and technology | SAT
1201 Blvd. Saint-Laurent, Montreal
www.sat.qc.ca

Founded in 1996, the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT] is a transdisciplinary centre dedicated to research, creation, production, presentation, education and conservation in the field of digital culture.