Producer and Lo-fi Pioneer “Burns Down” Corona Theatre With 3D Imagery
You may not know his name, but you would be hard pressed to find a corner of hip hop that Flying Lotus hasn’t had a hand in influencing.
The Boundary-Breaking, Burlesque-Dancing, Body Activist Preaches Self-Acceptance Through Glam, Glimmer and Glitz
“I let go of all my barriers that I had before, I let go of all [of] what people could think of me. I just abandoned myself to this art and to this character that I was building.”
A Vogue-Worthy Apartment Is Still Achievable on a Student Budget
The interior design of an apartment or dorm is important, since it sets the tone of the space and can determine how the person will feel while living in the environment.
The Literature and Art Fair Has Been Going on for 12 Years
On Aug. 18, as many were getting ready to participate in the Pride parade, some queer book enthusiasts had another rendezvous scheduled.
Concordia Welcomes Montreal’s Genre Film Festival for the Twenty-Third Year
From the worldwide premiere of Aquaslash, an indie Montreal slasher movie to House of Hummingbird, a mesmerizing Korean coming-of-age story, here are three screenings that stood out in this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival.
You Thought Ghosting Was the Worst Thing to Happen to You?
Lesbian Speed Date From Hell! is a cautionary tale. Don’t ghost lesbians, girls! At least don’t piss off Kate Hammer.
From Local Indie Documentaries to International Hits, the Festival Is Presenting the Best of Genre Films Each Year
The Fantasia International film festival kicked off July 11 for its twenty-third edition at the SGWU Alumni Auditorium of Concordia University.
Mexican Classical Guitar Duo Enchant Montreal Audiences
“I think it’s been 15 years [since our first show in Montreal],” Rodrigo Sánchez explained on stage. “We never stop touring, we are like a touring machine.”
A Concert Where the Space Is Just as Important as the Music
You know when you want to go to a concert, but you’re just not looking forward to standing in line, and being on your feet for hours? Or seeing only half the stage (if you’re lucky), and fighting to keep your little bubble of personal space? Isn’t it just better from the comfort of your own home?
They Present Their Second Show ‘Foveal Centralis’ All About Aesthetics
Alexia McKindsey and Jose Garcia feel lucky to have been involved in the Concordia student art scene—they have both been curators at Art Matters, an undergrad-run art festival; McKindsey is an incoming coordinator at the student gallery, while Garcia just concluded his mandate in the role.