Photographer Explores Migration, Memory, and Ubanism
German Exchange Students and Concordia’s Department of Theatre Collaborate in Multidimensional Play
Concordia’s Department of Theatre performed Rinse. Wash. Repeat. Nov. 1 to the 4 at the black box Cazalet Theatre, located on Concordia’s Loyola campus.
Imago Theatre’s Feminist Theatre Festival Made Some Much Needed Revisions
Imago Theatre put together a feminist theatre festival that served to reclaim classic narratives for the women figures in each story.
Nightmares and Life Experiences Inspire EP, Scary Dreams
Diagnosed with cancer for a second time, musician Bianca Muñiz is still making music and going on tour. We’ve got a review of her latest EP and her concert in Montreal.
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.
Vic and Flo Saw a Bear Answers the Question of What a Satisfying Life Could Be
A romance between two queer women who are visited by a mysterious woman in the woods. Things get pretty dark pretty fast. Here’s our preview of Vic and Flo Saw a Bear.
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.
Feminist Rock Camp Empowers Young Women and Gender Nonconforming Youth
In case it isn’t apparent from the name, Rock Camp For Girls and Gender Nonconforming Youth is a rock camp like no other.
Digging Deep and Dismantling Old Personalities in their Newest Record
Videoman’s new album focuses on the killing off of old habits and personalities in order to make way for the overall improvement of the self.
Eileen Myles Launches their New Book Afterglow (a dog memoir)
Eileen Myles has just released their latest book, Afterglow (a dog memoir). Last week, they read some excerpts from this work of literature at La Petite Librairie Drawn and Quarterly.
How the Exhibit Could Have Done Better
The new Western exhibit at the Montreal Musée des Beaux-Arts is up and running, but there are a number of things that can be worked on and fleshed out.