Artist Aquil Virani sets out to paint ‘Canada’s Self Portrait’
Not long ago, artist Aquil Virani was deemed “The People’s Artist” by McGill University’s Leacocks Magazine. Although it is quite a grandiose title, it is no doubt earned as Virani has worked ceaselessly to bring art to the people through his many collaborative pieces, leading him to his current project, “Canada’s Self Portrait.”
Concordia group brings the only bilingual theatre group to the Montreal Fringe Festival.
This year’s Montreal Fringe Festival is in full swing and is, as always, full of new and exciting plays from all over the world. Joining them this year is EMUNAH, a theatre piece created collectively by H-Dubbs Productions, an all Concordia theatre group.
Four Concordia Stingers Make the Leap From CIS to CFL
Tens of thousands of football players, whether in Canada or in the United States, all dream of making it on a professional roster. Most, if not all, work tirelessly to reach their goal, but only a few see their gridiron dreams come to fruition.
Last semester Concordia students wondered if the referendum question mandating the Concordia Student Union to create a student-run Café in the Hall building’s mezzanine on a co-operative model would pass. Now that it has, the question faced by council is how to follow through.
Calgary Artist’s “Country Record” May Be His Best Yet
Chad’s home studio in Calgary is his playground and his laboratory, and the kind of creative space he always dreamed his kids would have.
Hundred-strong march quickly declared illegal, ends without arrests
“One, two, three, four, this is fucking class war,” chanted hundreds of protesters at a march against austerity measures on Thursday.
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