Igniting the Embers of Indigenous Art
As Canada moves to right the wrongs of its colonial past, Nadine St-Louis believes that must include the art world as well.
The World Needs More ShineThere isn’t enough glitter in the world. The whole matte everything trend is soulless and visually offensive to me.
This Year’s Edition Focused on Diaspora Within South Asia
This year’s South Asian Film Festival of Montreal went off without a hitch, aiming to focus on diaspora and free expression in the form of film.
Artists Zoe Maeve Jenkins and Graeme Adams Reveal Their Process
Every year since its inception in 2002, Montreal’s small press, zine, and comic making communities convene at Expozine, North America’s largest small press fair.
Meet the Iraqi-Canadian Interdisciplinary Artist and Host of The Groundbreakers
Artist, radio host, mother, activist, student, and host of the radio show The Groundbreakers—Sundus Abdul Hadi is all of that and more.
My father is white. He has twinkly blue Kris Kringle eyes. The older I get, the more likely we are to be mistaken for a couple. This doesn’t happen to my younger sister, whose freckles, pale eyes and pinkish skin match our father’s.