Liberal Arts College Theatre Society perform “Six Characters in Search of an Author”
“I’m reluctant to use the word ‘amateur,’” said second year Liberal Arts student, director and lead Darragh Mondoux. “But the word ‘amateur’ comes from ‘the love of the craft’ in French and that’s super beautiful.”
“Revolution They Wrote:” Concordia’s Theatre Students to Launch Second Short Works Festival
The second edition of Revolution They Wrote: Short Works Theatre Festival will take place in both Café Cleopatra and the MainLine Gallery from March 17 to March 20. Emily Schon, the artistic director of the festival, came up with the concept when she felt there was not enough representation of women in her field.
Concordia Graduate’s Photo Exhibition Empowers Women Past and Present
After graduating from Concordia in 2001, the next year saw Portolese produce her first exhibition with women at the centre—the birth of Belle de Jour. Since then, she has continued evolving with women: from retro porno, to fashion photography, she presented this third exhibition alongside Victorian photographs.
Concordia Literature Festival Subverts Conventions of the Unconventional
The Off the Page festival hosts three days of literary insanity bringing in famous Canadian authors like Ben Lerner, Jordan Abel, Anne Boyer and Sonnet L’Abbé to read their work. Students will have the chance to discuss literature related to current issues.
Art Souterrain Festival Brings Art to the Underground and the General Public
Art Souterrain gives a new meaning to “underground” artists in Montreal.
16th Edition of Art Matters Challenges Memory, Habits and Materialism
Art Matters is currently in its 16th year of existence as one of the largest student-run arts festivals, Rox but still struggles to “go away from the rulebook.” Organizers have questioned how Art Matters can be more inclusive to a broader community, while limited to a one-year mandate.
Opening Show Features Nancy Pants, Hand Cream, Organ Mood and DJboyzclub
The Concordia cross-city art festival begins off this week.
Concordia’s Only Francophone Magazine, L’Organe, Still Struggles to Exist
In the past, L’Organe had stopped publishing for two years when editors graduated and could not find replacements. The magazine now has a full team, but the lack of an office is one thing keeping them from expanding.
Montreal Rapper Taigenz Talks Talent Shows, Concordia Classes and Inspiration
His flow is thick with Montreal’s accent, a staccato sense of rhythm that starts and stops without breaking stride. With 5 full-length releases and a litany of videos under his belt, Taigenz is definitively on the cusp.
Drum Your Stress Away
Everyone is welcome to drop by the chaplaincy to participate in the drum circle, no experience is necessary and the hand drums are provided.