Montreal-Based Artists Take the Stage at The Diving Bell Social Club
Five days, seven shows, and 25 femme-fronted acts.
The Back to School Edition Kicks Off the Fall Semester
A purple spotlight lit the stage area. On Aug. 28, some took the stand for the first time, with shaking hands, while others were steady, assured. What they all had in common was a show of vulnerability, unveiled through raw performances.
Daniel Itiose and Mel Arsenault Look to the Future as They Approach the End of Their Time as Concordia Students
A style like his certainly takes drive. Perfecting that exact, lifelike style is a long process.
A Concert Where the Space Is Just as Important as the Music
You know when you want to go to a concert, but you’re just not looking forward to standing in line, and being on your feet for hours? Or seeing only half the stage (if you’re lucky), and fighting to keep your little bubble of personal space? Isn’t it just better from the comfort of your own home?
‘Magnificence’ Questions Memory and the Audience’s Relation to Stories
Childhood memories, we all have them: good and bad, funny and scary, exciting and scarring. Keir Cutler’s Magnificence, a monologue story-telling performance, transported the audience to an era and a place that no longer exists, but can only live in stories: Mont-Tremblant in the 1930s.
Fringe Play Addresses Taboos Through Comedy and Clowning
The show’s name, The Moaning Yoni, encapsulates the delicacy of the topic but also presents an interesting dichotomy.
Geordie Productions’ Play Stages Ballet and Social Issues
Have you ever wondered why the world can be so unfair at times? Who is to blame for misfortunes? Reaching for Starlight, a play inspired by Kristy Dempsey’s children’s book A Dance Like Starlight: One Ballerina’s Dream, follows Reenie, played by Bria McLaughlin, an energetic and curious ballet dancer, through her journey in understanding where she stands in the world and who she wants to be.
The Group Is Pushing to Connect Communities Through Comedy
“I wanted to start hearing stories like my own and seeing people who look like me on stage,” said Sara Meleika, the creator of Colour Outside the Lines.
Pop-Up Galleries in the Underground City Aim to Make Art More Accessible
*Art Souterrain is a cultural organization that has tried to make art more accessible for the last 11 springs, by transforming the underground city into a series of free galleries, complete with activities that change from year to year.
The Annual Student Run Festival is Back Again to Celebrate Art
Learn about the 2019 edition of Concordia’s Art Matters festival.
Why Does It Have to Be All or Nothing?
If anything, pressing an ultimatum drives people away.
What This Ancient Art Can Teach You About Reciprocal Relationships Between Humans and the Natural World
Learn about the ancient art of bonsai and the reciprocal connection between human beings and plants.
The Evolving Role of Fashion as a Commodity, Art Form, and Sustainability Movement
Opinions, consumption habits, behaviours, priorities and lifestyle choices are the raw expression of a generation’s mentality.