The Only Thing this Play is Flingin’ is the Cold Truth
Set in 2035, HomoSimian follows the life of a refugee colony that has taken up shelter on Mount Royal. While the comfort of the mountain is questionable, the group is forced to cope with damage done to the land cause by climate change.
Festival Programme Launches with 800+ Performances
On May 10, the festival launched its programme guide at MainLine Gallery, setting the stage for a sweet summer of unique performances starting May 30, and running until June 19.
Craft Market Takes Soft Approach to Hard Topics
Fans and artists of soft, cute aesthetics gathered on Saturday May 7 at the second edition of the Soft Market. Co-organized by Starchild Stela and Lovestruck Prints, local artists, the crafts fair brought together over forty artists connecting on cute, fun art and shared values of inclusion and openness.
New Show Shooting the Moon Captures the Weird Side of Montreal
As if your Summer watch-list wasn’t long enough, here’s one more to add to the much-watch pile. The good news: it’s coming out tomorrow. The bad news: it’s only an hour long, and will leave you wanting more.
Studio XX Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary with Panel Discussion and Party
Studio XX, a Montreal-based digital media art centre, provides a welcoming and safe space for artists to flourish under a feminist roof.
A selection of poems inspired by the warmest season and the bittersweet sting of nostalgia.
Danielle Hubbard breaks boundaries with unique form of fitness dancing
Sure, you might dance, but do you ragedance?
Girls on Game’s founders discuss the gaming industry, gamer stereotypes and how it all looks from the inside.
For women in an industry as gender-biased as gaming, it’s been a slow climb. Catherine Smith-Desbiens and Leah Jewer’s Girls on Games is proof of how much the industry is changing.
Fourth Year of Feminist Magazine Aims to Expand Perspectives on Art History
Art, history and feminism—these three topics are difficult to conceptualize individually, let alone collectively. And yet, a team of undergrad students is attempting to do such a task—all within the confines of a magazine.
Two Montreal Photographers Document Scenery of India and Nepal
Their trip turned out to be quite the adventure, until a turn of fate prompted them to spontaneously change their original travel plans—which would have led them to Nepal at the moment of the earthquake in April 2015. Amidst the tragic events, they were able to experience the climate, culture and landscapes of the Asian countries.
Printemps Numérique Takes Montreal by Storm During Opening Launch Party
Printemps Numérique—also known as Digital Spring—appropriately kicked off on March 21, marking the first day of multiple exhibits popping up around the city in the coming weeks.