October platform continues to celebrate independent films
While Montreal’s cinephile community may know Cinéma Moderne for their café-bar and screenings of independent films, the organization has been forced to adapt to the restrictions of the pandemic.
Concordia theatre and dance students feel big loss with online classes
Concordia began the 2020 academic year with online classes and a campus that was inaccessible to the majority of students and faculty.
How street artists have continued to contribute to a thriving scene amid the pandemic
With more time to really take in the orange cone-dotted city streets following closures and cancellations due to the pandemic, Montrealers have been audience to a thriving cultural staple of the city that has largely continued to chug along in the midst of the pandemic: street art.
Concordia fine arts student among the artists featured at live exhibit
Sous la Terre is pushing boundaries and raising funds for various charities with the art of twenty emerging local artists from Oct. 4 to 11.
How lack of access to studios and materials is affecting fine arts programs
Campus art studios are critical to the learning process of fine arts students.
2020 is pushing theatre’s potential and purpose
In light of the themes of this summer—Black Lives Matter and the pandemic—Montreal’s theatres are reconsidering how their art reflects society and its problems and how they can support their community.
The ban came into effect after 80 cases of COVID-19 were linked to two bars in the Quebec City region
Karaoke bars across the province were forced to close their doors this weekend after the province announced a ban on Friday, saying the practice is contributing to the spread of COVID-19.
A curated selection of spicy Concordia memes delivered to your Instagram feed
If anything can get you through a pandemic depression, it’s some Concordia memes.
Multimedia exhibition welcomes emerging artists in Montreal
One out of three artists does not live off their art after graduating due to a lack of resources for art professionalization, according to Artch’s director Sarah-Kitzy Gineau-Delyon.
An online alternative with more accessibility for viewers and more inclusion for students
Fine arts students know this semester will be like no other.