La Guilde’s New Move Makes Museum More Accessible to Concordia Students.
Last September, Montreal’s Inuit and First Nations Museum La Guilde became neighbours with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Students Will Use Only Reclaimed Materials for their Art
VAV Gallery and Concordia University’s Centre for Creative Reuse have teamed up to provide students from the Fine Arts program a place where they can make art with reusable materials.
Student-Run Film Screenings Promote Feminist Ideas
Three students, one bright idea.
Igniting the Embers of Indigenous Art
As Canada moves to right the wrongs of its colonial past, Nadine St-Louis believes that must include the art world as well.
Cinema Politica’s Screening of Taste of Cement Had the Audience Silent
Taste of Cement, a documentary that tells the story of the grim reality for Syrian refugee construction workers, recently had its Montreal premiere courtesy of Cinema Politica in collaboration with McGill Syrian Students’ Association, the Concordia Syrian Student Association, and the Immigrant Workers Centre.
Montreal’s Electro-Pop Trio Performs at M for Montreal Again
Montreal-based electro-pop band, Le Couleur, hit the stages for M for Montreal music event.
Bringing in Some New and Old Films to Celebrate Three Decades of LGBTQ+ Representation
Montreal’s oldest LGBTQA+ film festival, image+nation, is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary this year. In honour of such an occasion, they will be screening some new works as well as some films they’ve screened in the past.
Cut and Paste with a Montreal Artist
Girlplague will be instructing a two-hour collage workshop at McGill’s Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies on Nov. 30, with techniques and composition at the core in an intimate and cozy setting.
Denis Côté’s Film Adapted for the Centaur Theatre Stage
Denis Côté 2013 film, Vic + Flo on vu un ours, has been adapted for the stage, portraying a dark and suspenseful performance focusing on the strained relationship between two ex-cons who are holed up in a cabin.
The Limited Run Musical Celebrates Rich History of Jewish Montreal
Montreal’s Yiddish Theatre is celebrating 100 years of work in our city! To commemorate this special occasion, they’ve put together an original play with original music. A Century Songbook will be onstage at the Segal Centrefor only a few more days.
DIY Crafts, Gender-Neutral Fashion and Hand-Poked Tattoos in the Comfort of Twinkling Lights
The small but intimate market space hosted ten vendors in a large communal space, as well as four stick n’ poke artists set up in a makeshift tattoo parlour over the course of two days.