Meet the Iraqi-Canadian Interdisciplinary Artist and Host of The Groundbreakers
Artist, radio host, mother, activist, student, and host of the radio show The Groundbreakers—Sundus Abdul Hadi is all of that and more.
Student-Directed Film Engages its Audience From Start to Finish
Concordia Film Studies student, Katherine Martineau, directed a short film that got selected to represent our university in the Festival du Nouveau Cinema.
Vancouver-Based Indie-Rock Royalty Pays Our City a Visit
Hailing from Vancouver, the indie-rock band hailing from Vancouver The New Pornographers put on a show in Montreal during their tour for their new album, Whiteout Conditions.
The Reading of her Latest Collection of Works Doesn’t Disappoint
After a long hiatus, Rupi Kaur has broken the silence with her latest collection of works, the sun and her flowers. Here’s a review of the reading she did in Montreal.
A Black Feminist Analysis of State Violence: Slavery to Systemic Racism
In her latest book, set to launch today, Robyn Maynard takes into consideration systemic racism and how it came to this point in our society and why it’s important to address these issues.
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre Give Insight on the Private Life of King
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre have collaborated to bring us The Mountaintop, a production that gives us some insight of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s last night before his assassination.
203 Crew Member Talks European Tagging, Beer Labels and Artistic Inspiration
Murals, tattoos, drawing, painting and hip-hop—these are all progressive forms of art that stem from a forbidden fruit: Illegal graffiti.
“Color Blind” Premieres at the Montreal International Black Film Festival
This year’s Montreal International Black Film Festival premiered Vladimir Philogene’s debut short film, “Color Blind.” The filmmaker opens up about the first time he realized double standards in race and hate crime.
One Hallucination Under God Captures Several Melodic Vibes
Psychedelic-rock band, A Devil’s Din, recently released their latest album “One Hallucination Under God.” We’ve got a review of that album right here!
An Eerie Circus Retelling of Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market
Last week, New Zealand circus-theatre troupe, The Dust Palace, rolled into Montreal to perform their theatre retelling of Christina Rossetti’s poem, “Goblin Market.” Here’s our review on that exact performance.
Dream-Pop Trio Set to Perform in Montreal After a Year of Recording
After nearly a year, Caveboy has reemerged and will be performing in Montreal again this Friday! Here’s a bit of insight on what they’ve been up to all this time.