Cartoonist Joe Ollmann Releasing Comic Dealing with the Human Condition
Cartoonist Joe Ollmann is releasing a new graphic novel that meshes his vision of human nature with dark humour.
Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg Collects DNA Traces Found in Public Spaces as Inspiration for Her Sculptures
What began as exposing a tiny hair trapped in an artwork’s display case shifted into an artist collecting bits of DNA around the city and creating sculptural portraits of individuals who had left their traces behind in public spaces.
Le Cinéclub Screening Silent Film in a Church to Introduce a Wider Audience to Classic Movies
The identities of churches have significantly changed over the course of several years. No longer do they simply represent places of worship, but they have been appropriated and recently transformed into homes, shopping centres and now temporary movie theatres.
Choreographer Daina Ashbee’s New Dance Performance Tackles the Subjects of Abuse and Interconnection
A dancer flings her body to a wall while another violently shakes a clothing rack that almost topples over her as she unleashes bloodcurdling screams. These are some of the disturbing yet highly symbolic images the audience can expect to see at Unrelated, a major dance production choreographed by Daina Ashbee.
Concordia Alum Greg Santos Challenges Poetic Traditions in Latest Published Collection
Montreal-based poet and former Concordia student Greg Santos is releasing his second collection of poems, Rabbit Punch, challenging the conventions of poetry with a humorous twist.
Folk Duo ‘Rube and Rake’ Honours Musical Predecessors with Lyrics, Harmonies and Use of String Instruments
Folk duo Rube and Rake of St. John’s, Newfoundland, have left their “haunted brothel” to hit the road and perform across the country on their first tour, with a Sept. 25 show in Montreal
Lydia Ainsworth to Debut Her Album Right From Real at POP Montreal
Lydia Ainsworth’s talking voice is just as captivating and soothing as the tracks featured on her debut album Right From Real.
Fabien Prioville’s Reverse_Me Invades the Goethe-Institut
Choreographer Fabien Prioville’s new performance art piece h3. Reverse_Me will take-over the Montreal location of the German non-profit Goethe-Institut this week.
Hip Hop Karaoke Organizers Discuss One of Montreal’s Best-Kept Secrets
Montreal has many hidden gems, one of them being its hip-hop culture. You don’t necessarily hear it at the forefront—it’s somewhat invisible, yet it surrounds us. You just need to know where to look.
Exploring the floral theme, curatorial platform Collectif Blanc is presenting its third pop-up exhibition bringing together artists, editors and designers from all around the world to exchange and meet the Montreal public.