Schoen, CLOrk, Chioini
If you feel like testing the limits of your ability to discriminate between mind and matter, the Akousma festival is running this week for its 13th edition.
Feminist Mag Independently Published First Online Issue
The online literary magazine Bad Nudes launched amidst midterms and a full moon.
Sarah Berthiaume’s 2013 Play Makes Its English-Language Debut in Montreal
A globally renowned play is making its first English appearance in Montreal, highlighting the persisting trauma of residential schools on Indigenous communities through the use of stereotypes.
Cult-Classic Graphic Novel Translated into Play by Director and Concordia Masters Student Josie Teed
Growing up and moving on is tough. What’s even tougher than that is deciding what to move on from, and experiencing the events that will eventually shape us.
Exploring the Work of Suzanne Ciani and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
A performance—somewhat. An immersion—definitely.
Over 500 Different Segments Incorporated into the Making
A man is holding you at gunpoint in an empty parking lot. “Get in the car,” he orders. Obey or run. Whatever you choose, be prepared for the consequences.
Participating in the Language of Literature
A room of eager audience members packed close together, hanging onto every word Jeramy Dodds, a Montreal-based poet, spoke last Friday.
Twi Dancers Pop Up on the Local Scene
Only minutes later, a lanky bearded man moseys around the stage in leather heels, teasing the audience as he strikes glamorous, dramatic poses with seven-metre cuts of satin and tulle. Eryn Tempest and Manuel Shink, the two dancers, wowed audiences this weekend at Monument National as part of Tangente’s “New Waves” series.
All the Way from Scotland, Hard Rock Band is Humbled to Take the Stage in our Fine City
His eyes continued to dart around the room. Meanwhile, the rest of the band busily unpacked and made coffee runs for what would be a long day of rehearsing and sound testing.
Film Entries Include a Collaboration with Studio Ghibli, Queer Issues and More
“There’s something for everyone,” said Nicolas Girard Deltruc, FNC Executive Director.