New Web Magazine Seeks To Elevate Video Game Criticism
What do you get when you cross serious critical theory with video games?
British Indie Outfit Lanterns On the Lake Bring Warm Vibes to Montreal
A creaky wooden hall in the middle of nowhere with the bitter cold creeping in through every crack sounds better suited for the setting of a horror movie than a place to make a record.
Norwegian Scent Artist Sissel Tolaas to Tantalize Concordia with Hexagram Lecture
For humans, our not-so-keen sense of smell is often overlooked in favour of the more popular senses—seeing a red-and-purple-splashed sunset, or hearing a complex, brilliant symphony. But for Norwegian scent artist and “professional in-betweener” Sissel Tolaas, our sense of smell is her bread and butter.
Worldwide Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to Take Over the Web This Weekend
On Feb. 1, Wikipedia is getting a makeover—or is it a reality check?
Global Game Jam Comes to Concordia
It’s a new year, and what better way to kick off 2014 than with a game jam of worldwide magnitude?
Cinema Politica Screens Docs About 2011 London Riots, First Nations and More
For Oxford law graduate and impromptu filmmaker Fahim Alam, the last few years have been a hellish ride.
Inside Montreal’s Booming Restaurant Scene—and the Struggle of the Up-and-Comers
What’s for dinner? If you’re walking the pizza- and poutine-paved streets of Montreal, there are endless answers to that question.
New Art Exhibit ‘Hybrid Bodies’ Examines the Psycho-Social Effects of Heart Transplantation
No organ in the human body is as coveted as the heart.
Concordia’s Own Michael Martini To Debut Two New Plays This Weekend
This weekend, the MainLine Theatre is playing host to a theatrical double feature with deep Concordian roots.
Montreal Arts Centre Explores the Union of Drawing and Digital Media in ‘TrailMix’ Exhibition
As technology progresses, one might be tempted to wave goodbye to such age-old art forms as drawing or silk screening and label them outdated. But for one arts centre, a different idea emerged: why not just bring them into the 21st century?