Joey Bruce is a first year design student at Concordia. Working mostly in traditional mediums, drawing in ink and colouring with watercolours, sometimes painting with oils, Joey uses digital tools when necessary.
How does Quebec’s Percent for Art Program Apply Within Concordia University?
It all began in 1961, when the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications decided to implement a policy to have more public art in the city. The Program to Integrate Art Into Architecture and the Environment, also known as the per cent for art program, allocates approximately one per cent of the construction or expansion budget to fund public art for any institution subsidized by the government.
Glamour, Nostalgia, and Art Find a Tangible Voice in the Digital Age
Emotional was the perfect name for the project. Hall had been noticing a personal desire to “escape and assimilate” into the universe of social media, a world that brought her little real satisfaction. She founded the magazine in part with the aim to take a step back from social media, she said.
Mindful Bar Hosts Event Aimed At Women, Femme, Gender Nonconforming Musicians
When I stepped into Mindful Bar on Oct. 27, I was unaware of the wave of creativity, talent, humility, and genuine come-togetherness I was about to get hit with.
“As Artists, We Live a Lot in the Moment. We Create Without Time Constraint”
The alternative art space Peripheral Hours celebrates its one-year anniversary with its third exhibition, Site of the Not Yet. The group show invited 35 performance and visual artists to explore the concept of the unfinished.
Concordia Student-Run VAV Gallery Undergoes Changes
The artworks were sparsely laid out on the open floor, exhibiting the work of three artists—Roxanne Boyle, Olivia Turchyniak, and Bin Han—as opposed to the average of seven to eight.
“We’re Not Chasing Money, We’re Chasing a Good Time”
It’s a fucking good time, and it’s been going on for five years now—Le Cypher is a dance party, a live hip-hop show, a jam session, a stage where talented artists deploy their mastery.
Fans of ‘The Marrow Thieves’ Flock to D&Q to Celebrate ‘Empire of Wild’
Cherie Dimaline talks about overcoming high expectations and how unpreparedness led her to her newest novel.
“Things That Sound Like Frogs But With a Sinister Edge”
A chilling poem to carry around today.
Between Montreal and Quebec City, Hannah Blair Has Always Lived “Along the River”
On the day Hannah Blair was born, the St. Lawrence River froze—a foreshadowing of the close relationship she went on to develop with the ubiquitous body of water while growing up.