Marie Reine du Monde after A.M. Klein, or, Notes on Ecclesia Triumphans by a Wandering Jew on a Bixi
O San Pietronino,
The 18th Edgy Women Festival
By the end of this week, expect Montreal to get edgier.
Two Edgy Women Bring Marriage Project to Montreal
“We’re trying to imagine ways that might open people’s minds and hearts.
Art Matters Exhibit Explores Intimate Space
What makes a home? Is the definition of home required to incorporate shelter, consistency and residency? Are there limitations to how one should define a home?
Vancouver Pop Tarts Move the Party to Montreal
When I get to Mac DeMarco’s apartment to talk to him about his band, Makeout Videotape, I wake him up. It’s 11:00 a.m. on a Monday and he greets me in his underwear.
Salem Brings Witch House to the Stage
Salem is one of those bands that would rather no one know their face.
Cinema Politica Doc Explores the Global Bee Crisis and Why We Should Care
Beekeepers have witnessed an alarming increase in the number of bees disappearing. The worst part? No one knows where they are going.
Politics and Playtime at the Third Radical Queer Semaine
The space at 90 de la Gauchetière St. has transformed.
Local Outfit Pop Winds Breeze Into Art Matters
If the Pop Winds were a spaceship they’d look like something out of Thunderbirds, only more practical, silver, and with a porthole for each band member to look out from.
The Closer We are to Death the More We Feel Alive is an art exhibit featured at the student-run festival Art Matters. The exhibition is a collection of multidisciplinary artworks that expose the tension between the dead and the alive—the grotesque and the beautiful.