An online alternative with more accessibility for viewers and more inclusion for students
Fine arts students know this semester will be like no other.
Artists Relate Benefits and Inconveniences of Online Streaming
Like many local artists, Janette King is continuing to share her music despite having cancelled around 15 performances due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Montreal.
Vision Celebration Gala Recognizes H. Nigel Thomas, and More
Kicking off Black History Month, the Black Theatre Workshop hosted their annual fundraiser Vision Celebration Gala on Feb. 1.
Poetry, Prose Dipped in Internet Culture & Aesthetics Take Over Brasserie Beaubien
Bad Books, the sister press of the quarterly literary magazine Bad Nudes, just released the publication’s first anthology.
Beatrice Dimaculangan Stresses the Power of Art in a Message
The organization My Media Creative invited community members on Oct. 10 to join them for their first workshop. It was a chance to discuss how art and activism intersect and look at how various mediums of art can drive messages of social changes.
Concordia Alumni Starts a Thriving Business of Vintage Clothing
The summer season comes with an opportunity for Montrealers to experience the unique benefits of the Flohmarkt Pop-ups. From vintage flea markets to artistic collaborations, it’s a collection of monthly events that have found their home in Montreal.
The Monthly Event Showcases Live Performances of All Kinds
ArtJam is a monthly event that showcases a variety of live art such as musical performances, painting and tattooing.