Fringe Arts

  • The Final Chapter

    No Second Chance for Second-Hand Bookshops in Montreal

    The abrupt end to a bookstore’s story.

  • Fine Arts Marathon

    Montreal Artist Embarks on a Restless Challenge: Creating 100 Artworks a Week

    Montreal-based artist Aquil Virani challenged himself to create 100 pieces of art in seven sleep-deprived days.

  • The Other Side of the Story

    Concordian Film Students Switch Up Traditional Narratives in Animated Shorts

    Four current and former Concordia student-directors from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema recently made their debut at Les Sommets du cinéma d’animation, one of Montreal’s acclaimed film festivals.

  • Surviving the Subterranean

    Exploring the Lives of Metro Artists

    “That’s just how the metro is.”

  • Inside the Volcano

    POMPe Offers Queer-Centric Haven

    On a dreary, rainy November evening, rumors circulate that an underground queer dance party is taking place somewhere within the city, drawing all sorts of characters out from their hideouts.

  • Giant, Foamy, and Loveable

    On Sesame, The Largely Unsung Hero of St-Viateur Bagel

    “The rules are, make everyone happy, and you’re not allowed to speak.”

  • REVIEW: King Crimson, Handle With Care

    Barons of 70s Psych Play Montreal

    Think Noam Chomsky with a Les Paul having a jazz fusion nightmare.

  • Breaking Down RIDM’s 2015 Edition

    Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal Features 132 Documentaries

    The 18th edition of the Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal—also known as RIDM—is currently in the second week of its two week run.

  • Life in the Van Lane

    Greenvans Offers Biodiesel Option for Touring Musicians

    Touring life ain’t easy, but ya still gotta get in the van.

  • A Walk in the Park

    Concordia Professor Publishes Portraits of Park-Goers

    Concordia professor and photojournalist Kate Hutchinson has resided near Jeanne-Mance park for 13 years, but only began photographing Montreal’s park regulars back in spring 2013. Now, Hutchinson is releasing the cumulative amalgamation of portraits of park goers in her work, entitled The Park.