The World Press Photo Experience
World Press Photo showcases raw photographs with subjects ranging from horrifying political struggles and the terror of modern warfare, to stunning nature scenes.
Hip-Hop Karaoke Collaborates with Concordia for Back-to-School Special
Got some post-Frosh or back-to-school blues? Drop the books and spit some rhymes: Hip-Hop Karaoke Montreal is inviting all Concordia students to attend a no-cover slammin’ hip-hop show—and to take the stage if they’re feeling brave.
60-Second Film Festival Reaches 6th Year in Montreal
Short films are a staple of modern film festivals, but M60, “Montreal’s littlest festival,” celebrates the art of short-shorts—films that clock in at one minute or less.
2KSquad Puts on First Annual Show “Wanted”
Montreal is well known for its thriving performing arts community, with everything from concerts, to plays to dance recitals. Rarely, however, can a show successfully bring together all of those elements.
2KSquad is a 67-member collective of performers, and they’re up to the challenge.
Japanese Artist Explores Self-Portraits at “Mois de la Photo” Exhibition Centred on Drones
Our highly automated modern lifestyles allow for a higher quality of life—but at what price? This year’s “Mois de la photo” exhibition hopes to tackle the subject in its 13th edition, with the theme Drone: The Automated Image.
Former Concordia Student Goes From Journalism Student to Hip-Hop Artist
Few students can say they’ve made the transition from journalism to hip-hop artist, but that’s precisely what Simon Tousignant, better known by his rapper alias ST, has done.
Canadian Writer Launches New Maximalist Novel “The Traymore Rooms”
What does it take to complete a novel of nearly 700 pages? Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling know. And now, Montreal-based author Norm Sibum knows too.
Concordia’s Bilingual Literary Magazine Turns a New Page
Last year marked the 10th anniversary of Concordia’s own literary magazine, The Void.
Washed Out Grows Into Full Bloom with “Paracosm”
The man behind Washed Out is not the hipster stereotype you’d expect.
Canadian Artists Engage Montreal With a Taste Tour of St. Henri
If you’re taking a walk in St. Henri this week and come across two people rooting through plant life on the side of the road with a homemade cart, don’t be alarmed.