Artists Relate Benefits and Inconveniences of Online Streaming
Like many local artists, Janette King is continuing to share her music despite having cancelled around 15 performances due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Montreal.
How Artists Are Affected by the Festival’s Postponement
Montreal Fringe Festival is pushing its 30th anniversary celebrations, initially planned from May 27 to June 16, to June 2021 due to COVID-19.
Role-Playing Games Offer Space for Social Connection, Escape During Isolation
Like a lot of people, Kate Ruscito had preconceived notions about Dungeons and Dragons. “Even when I first started playing, I didn’t want to play,” she said. “I was like, ‘That’s for complete losers.’”
Homeless in the city
bouncing from place to place
doorway to doorway
A Poem About the Severed Ties With Family
It’s best we keep our distance,
even if I shared with you my pain
The Painter Presents His Pieces ‘Float’ and ‘Vegetable Stand’
Jose Guillermo Garcia Sierra is a contemporary painter that utilizes collage to create his compositions. He gathers visual references mostly from stock images, as they are always reenactments of average happenings and objects.
POP Montreal and Martha Wainwright Bring Moment of Respite
“Come over to the window, my little darling,” sang Leonard Cohen for the first time in 1967.
Compensation Will Still Be Issued
Every year, Art Matters takes over Montreal with exciting, art created by emergent artists across various disciplines.
An Exhibit That Tackled How We Occupy and Navigate Our Surroundings
The first thing my body took note of as I entered Galerie Luz on March 13 was how soothing it felt to be engulfed by its suffocating, dry heat. I knew as I draped my long jacket over a stray chair that the rain drenching it would evaporate easily as I immersed myself in the exhibit.
A Passionate Documentary Detailing Toronto’s Black Queer Reality
The film Our Dance of Revolution directed by Phillip Pike had its Quebec premiere on Feb. 24, as part of the Massimadi Festival. The festival was in its twelfth edition, and included a line-up of films that mainly revolve around the Black LGBTQ+ experience.