The Fringe Festival Introduces Socially Distanced Programming
As an ode to the festival that never was, the Montreal Fringe Festival has announced This is Not a Fringe Festival, an alternative programming amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Artists Are Affected by the Festival’s Postponement
Montreal Fringe Festival is pushing its 30th anniversary celebrations, initially planned from May 27 to June 16, to June 2021 due to COVID-19.
Concordia Student Co-Creates Underground LGBTQ+ Magazine
The pages of MISSIONARY come alive with stellar photography, colourful images, and a few articles in Mandarin.
Cinema Politica’s Presents Poetic Exploration of Faith and Struggle in Venezuela’s Political Climate
On Nov. 4, Cinema Politica screened La Soledad. This one was a contemplative look into the daily life of a marginalized Venezualian family.
“As Artists, We Live a Lot in the Moment. We Create Without Time Constraint”
The alternative art space Peripheral Hours celebrates its one-year anniversary with its third exhibition, Site of the Not Yet. The group show invited 35 performance and visual artists to explore the concept of the unfinished.
Made for Audience to “Get in There With Their Own Memories, Imagination, Life, and Personal Connections”
If you called your oldest family member today, and asked them to tell you a story about your ancestors, would you know what they would say?
How Gentrification Is Threatening the Infamous Art Studio
It’s not unusual to find Baltimore Loth hard at work in his art studio until dawn. Whether he’s drawing, painting, or getting his hands dirty sculpting, the spacious loft at the corner of Beaubien St. and Durocher St. is his playground, and represents much more to the local artistic community.
It’s Time to Ditch Eurocentric Art Classes
‘‘How many of you feel underrepresented in your art history classes?’ and it was both overwhelming and sad to see how many people raised their hands,”