Three Concordia Artists Share Their Approach to a Sustainable Practice
When we talk about sustainability, we use terms like “going green” and “eco-friendly.” We think of our physical planet and the people on it. In private, these conversations are a lot different.
Cooking Beyond the Kitchen: Authentic Cuisine & Cultural Heritage
On a regular evening, Kazu’s tiny doorway is crammed with a hungry line-up of customers, bustling to get their foot in the door.
How the Art of Images Comes to Life
Dawn Upfold sat poised and collected inside an empty white room as gusts of snow fell meditatively outside the Montreal Open Centre, a space used for holistic and conventional therapy services.
Artist Moule Makes Waves by Shattering Stereotypes and Educating About the Environment
Inspired by the ecological disaster unfolding across the planet and driven by empowering underrepresented people, Moule, a painter, illustrator, and graphic designer, creates art that makes a statement.
Hope. Is a skill you practice.
Hot Pick of the Week: Disco Patin with CJLO on Saturday
Feeling energized by the mini spring we just had? Need to procrastinate on some assignments? If you’re a Concordia student who considers it spring break rather than a reading week, here are suggestions to keep you busy through the weekend.
“I definitely want the Black community to see that drag is for us”
Authenticity and empowerment pulsed through the audience at the Phi Centre on the night of Feb. 21. One year after the first iteration of this unforgettable all-Black drag show, Afro Drag took to the stage for its third edition.
Unleashing the Poet in You
On Feb. 21, more than two dozen people crowded Mile End’s Drawn & Quarterly bookstore to celebrate two book releases: Joshua Neves’ Underglobalization: Beijing’s Media Urbanism and the Chimera of Legitimacy and Megan Fernandes’ Good Boys.
Activists, Bookstores, Zinesters, Crafters Connect
Students heading to class, commuters on their way to the metro, and seekers of respite from the cold had their paths through Concordia’s EV Building diverted on Feb. 20 by the Alternative Media Fair.
A Poem About Getting in the Artistic Zone