Each One Teach One: From Improvised Hip-Hop and Reggae to R&B and Soul
Heavy red and blue lights illuminate the stage of Prince Arthur St.’s Petit Campus.
Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema Encourages Inclusion
The festival screened premieres, made up of short films and animations, created by Concordia students and international filmmakers alike. MHSoC proudly stands as the largest university-based centre for film studies in Canada, with a collection of works screened to great acclaim at festivals around the world.
The Rose Festival Showcased Multidisciplinary LGBTQA+ Art
You would think that in Montreal, this bastion of diversity and summer festivities, a multidisciplinary queer arts festival would be a well established tradition by 2018.
How The Second Edition of the Festival Went Horribly Wrong
The music festival that ran from Friday to Sunday was hectic to say the least. There was rain, cancelled shows, and riots broke out by the end of it all.
Santa Teresa Festival to Reimburse Festival-Goers
Some fans who left the crowd went on to break ATM machines, turn over outdoor toilets, throw garbage on the ground, while others set fires before leaving the venue.
The 28th Edition Kicks Off May 28
The St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival is kicking off its 28th edition as the tickets for over 100 shows in this year’s programming went on sale Tuesday evening.
Dance Meets Fashion On An Evening Of Artistic Expression
The choreography was held in front of the DJ booth, but later, one by one, the dancers walked, or rather danced, through the crowd on a designated path. Each dancer took their turn, spinning, jumping and kicking. It was an oddly intimate experience, seeing these dancers so up-close, compared to other runways that have their models on elevated platforms.
The Theatre Company Works With Both Hearing and Deaf Actors to Foster Strong Collaboration
Seeing Voices, a Montreal based theatre group, has a purpose to not only put on plays that allow for Deaf representation, but to create an artistic environment filled with both hearing and Deaf performers. Through art, they are building strong connections between the hearing and Deaf communities, without any need for tokenism or neglect for proper representation.
Queer Pakistani-Canadian Filmmaker Gives Us a Glimpse into His Life
In a traditional documentary, facts and data are holy to the filmmaker. Here, Arshad Khan has blended fact and fantasy, demonstrating the two in unison.
Local Clothing Designer Talks About his Brand, One & Only
Local clothing designer and founder of his own brand, One &Only, Theo Charpentier tells us a little bit about the thought behind his designs.
Art Matters Festival Shows Artwork in Codex and Abstract Form
This year, the Art Matters Festival shone a light on some visual art that paid homage to the literary art form. Here’s some insight on Bookworks!