A Poem Uncovering Time and Family“Old Man, Blue Plaid”
Tanya Evanson Aims to Showcase a Medium Left in the Fringes
Tanya Evanson has been performing and producing spoken word for 20 years, a career that has brought her to festivals in Canada, England, South Africa, Australia, Ghana, and Ukraine, to name a few.
Hot Pick of the Week: Indigenous Cinema Night on Monday
For this week, here’s a mix of exciting and restful events to keep curious minds occupied.
A Poem Between 19 and 26
“Nostalgia ft. the Here and Now”
Two-Part Show ‘Residue’ Features Concordia Student Art
“RESIDUE is the human imprint left as we navigate our surroundings,” reads the blurb of the Concordia Photography Collective’s latest exhibition.
You Are Everyone, but No One at All
The Multidisciplinary Five Day Festival Will Delight
At The Link, we refer to the summer as the festival season—a more or less dead time in student media—except for when it comes to art. Turning three this year, Lux Magna is a proof that the festival season is actually year-round in Montreal.
What Goes Into Montreal’s Snowy Electronic Music Festival?
Igloofest, the yearly outdoor electronic music festival set in Montreal’s Old Port is just about to start its fourteenth edition, but looking at the Jacques Cartier pier during the day, you couldn’t tell it was supposed to be the site of an electronic music festival if it wasn’t for their main stage.
“We’re Very Lucky to Have a Staple Like Rashta [Kruger] in This Community.”
“Clean comics, dirty comics, men, women, gay, straight—it doesn’t matter. This is one of my favorite shows […], just because it’s so versatile,” said comedian Kayla de Léon about There’s Something Funny Going On.
Hot Pick of the Week: Author Kai Cheng Thom Reading at Concordia
We are only a few seconds into the new year and already everything is crumbling—as I’m writing this there is a melting ice tray under my bed. Forget all your troubles this week: