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progresses, one might be tempted to wave goodbye to such age-old art forms as drawing or silk screening and label them outdated.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?
New Local Music Company Seeks to Help Local Bands “Make It” Outside Montreal
It was conceived as an idea in the summer of 2013, and this past Friday it turned into a reality.
New Montreal Theatre Company Debuts Edward Albee Mash-up Production
What do you get when you cross an ordinary park bench, a disappearing circumcision and a diabolical murder scheme? Montreal’s new Chocolate Moose Theatre Company is connecting these dots with the debut production of Edward Albee’s “At Home at the Zoo” at Theatre Sainte Catherine.
The Latest from Crusades Pushes the Limits of Punk
The biggest difference between a black metal record and the latest from anthemic anti-Christian punk band Crusades is that only one compels you to sing along.
Artist Lucy Soutter to Explore the ‘Photographicness’ of Contemporary Art in Concordia Lecture
It’s likely you’ve heard this cynical idiom that exists within the art world and other disciplines: “those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” It might apply to your fresh-faced economics professor, but it certainly doesn’t apply to British artist Lucy Soutter.
Weekly ‘Jazz Parties’ at Cabaret Playhouse Kick Off Sunday
If you’ve ever found yourself bored on a slow Sunday night in Montreal, yearning for the excitement of the weekend to continue, Concordia graduate and musician Brandon Goodwin is looking at you—and wants to jazz up your life.
Concordia Graduates Turn Shakespearian Podcast into Literary Reality
To brawl, or not to brawl? For Concordia graduates Daniel J. Rowe and Eric Jean, there is no question.
Canadian author stops in at the Rialto Theatre for a discussion of her latest work.
“I promised I would begin by singing” is the first thing Margaret Atwood said as she stepped onto the Rialto Theatre stage on Dec. 4.