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.
Concordia Students Make Space for Themselves in the Montreal Art World
Tyra Maria Trono believes that even if it has been considered a dying medium, analog photography has gained notoriety recently.
‘Magnificence’ Questions Memory and the Audience’s Relation to Stories
Childhood memories, we all have them: good and bad, funny and scary, exciting and scarring. Keir Cutler’s Magnificence, a monologue story-telling performance, transported the audience to an era and a place that no longer exists, but can only live in stories: Mont-Tremblant in the 1930s.
Station 16 Gallery Welcomes Multidimensional ‘Lefkos’ Series
The Spain-based artist duo PichiAvo showcased their series Lefkos at the MURAL Festival—they’ve produced large, layered works on canvas depicting the romance, grief, playfulness, and power found in ancient Greek sculpture practices.
Having Sex and Looking for God At the Fringe Festival
This one-woman play was one of the standouts of this year’s Fringe Festival.
Fringe Play Addresses Taboos Through Comedy and Clowning
The show’s name, The Moaning Yoni, encapsulates the delicacy of the topic but also presents an interesting dichotomy.
Electronic Music, Sultry Vocals and More Are Combined
In a city where music festivals abound, Suoni Per il Popolo sets itself apart for their ability to bring together cohesive performances from local musicians while pairing them artfully with international acts.
Collectif Erreurs Choisies Brings Crumbling & Disorienting Play to the Fringe
Visceral and luminous, Just the Worst Time of the Year for a Revolution nudges at the deepest crevices of the subconscious.
Concordia Students and Alumni Put on the Coming of Age Story
Ella Kohlmann began the writing process of Exits at 17. Now, four years later, she starred in the play she wished she could have seen as a teenager.