Photographer Explores Migration, Memory, and Ubanism
In February, Jackson will spend a month at New York’s Syracuse University as an artist-in-residence for its 2018 Light Works Residency.
Digging Deep and Dismantling Old Personalities in their Newest Record
Videoman’s new album focuses on the killing off of old habits and personalities in order to make way for the overall improvement of the self.
Eileen Myles Launches their New Book Afterglow (a dog memoir)
Eileen Myles has just released their latest book, Afterglow (a dog memoir). Last week, they read some excerpts from this work of literature at La Petite Librairie Drawn and Quarterly.
How the Exhibit Could Have Done Better
The new Western exhibit at the Montreal Musée des Beaux-Arts is up and running, but there are a number of things that can be worked on and fleshed out.
An Insight in the Duo’s Newest Album Release
After a long hiatus, Montreal electro-pop duo, Blue Hawaii, have returned with their latest album, Tenderness.
Student-Directed Film Engages its Audience From Start to Finish
Concordia Film Studies student, Katherine Martineau, directed a short film that got selected to represent our university in the Festival du Nouveau Cinema.
Vancouver-Based Indie-Rock Royalty Pays Our City a Visit
Hailing from Vancouver, the indie-rock band hailing from Vancouver The New Pornographers put on a show in Montreal during their tour for their new album, Whiteout Conditions.
The Reading of her Latest Collection of Works Doesn’t Disappoint
After a long hiatus, Rupi Kaur has broken the silence with her latest collection of works, the sun and her flowers. Here’s a review of the reading she did in Montreal.
A Black Feminist Analysis of State Violence: Slavery to Systemic Racism
In her latest book, set to launch today, Robyn Maynard takes into consideration systemic racism and how it came to this point in our society and why it’s important to address these issues.
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre Give Insight on the Private Life of King
Black Theatre Workshop and Neptune Theatre have collaborated to bring us The Mountaintop, a production that gives us some insight of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s last night before his assassination.