Concordia’s Art Matters Festival—North America’s largest Undergraduate arts festival—is just around the corner.
Groups Raise $16,000 in International Women’s Day Celebration
About 850 attendees were ready to come together and listen to Consensus, a benefit honouring survivors of sexual violence—most with yellow felt hearts pinned to their chests, representing their dedication to the cause.
Award-Winning Documentary Details Young Girl’s Experience With Identity and Gentrification
Cinema Politica screened unarmed Verses, a documentary film about race, gentrification, and art within a community.
Artists Present Different Ways of Interpreting Personal Myth for Art Matters Festival
Art Matters Festival is in full swing, and with it comes the Myth Dealing exhibit. Local artists show the different ways that they’ve made memories and myth physical.
We Are One Prioritizes Strong Roles for Women in Theatre
We Are One theatre company put on their production of Smackhead which left our writer rattled. Read here to see why.
Local Indie Game Developers Revealed New Experience for Playing Video Games
Artcade had its first ever exposition at Concordia last week, featuring a slew of local indie game developers who aimed to change the way we perceive the video game medium.
Montreal Rock Trio Bring The Energy to Reggies for Latest Concert
For Rock the Winter Away, the Nictotine’s blew their audience away at their show last Friday. Here’s our review of it!
Tessa Battistin Takes Ethical Clothing Into Her Own Hands
“Remember to let her into your heart, then you can start to make it better.”
Frames Can’t Contain the Work of Carlo Polidoro Lopez
Concordia University’s student-run VAV Gallery felt like most small school galleries. It had a glossy grey floor.
Shades Lawrence and Bea da Vinci Brought Us Back Home
Up and coming hip-hop artist Shades Lawrence debuted their first music video and performed alongside hip-hop artist Bea da Vinci. Here’s our coverage of the video launch event!
Play Based off Memories Surrounding the Actors’ Experience as Queer Black Men
Theatre company SAGA Collectif has teamed up with Buddies in Bad Times to give us their production of Black Boys, a play that addresses the differences between the three actors’ shared experience of being queer Black men.