Two Actors Describe What it’s Like to Work in the Dramatic Arts
Meet Kareem Alleyne and Alexandra Laferriere. Both are professional actors. Both are Black. Both worked (primarily) on the anglophone side of Montreal’s performing arts community.
Photography and Maquettes Visited Nostalgia and Memory With “Enclosed Comforts”
The newest exhibition at the VAV gallery, Enclosed Comforts , radiates warmth, and the pieces exhibited revolve around the themes of home, and the comfort, and discomfort it provides.
Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper’s Documentary Delves into the Climate Change Discussion Through a Fine Art Lens
Metamorphosis documents the global climate change crisis through a fine arts lens, emphasizing that the root of it all, both environmental problems and their plausible solutions, originates in the capacity and necessity of change.
Annual Show Returns for it’s Fourth Year, Creating Community United Through Commonality, Not Difference
SiM is a fundraising event that mixes music and poetry to promote awareness about the realities of racial minorities. As for any event addressing these often taboo topics, emotions were bound to spill out in unpredictable ways. But the aura created by organizers Malek Yalaoui and Dona la Luna for it’s fourth edition warded off all negativity.
A Safe Space for the Wide Spectrum of Drag at Bar le Ritz PDB
The event Alternadrag II, which was hosted last Thursday at Bar Le Ritz PDB, is exactly what it sounds like: an alternative, experimental drag show, challenging aspects of mainstream drag performance.
Taking Mud and turning It Into Gold
With gleaming eyes and brush strokes on his arms and legs, Jose Antonios Yumars’ art studio is a world where Jackson Pollock meets Henri Michaux. “They’re probably my biggest inspirations,” he says.
Venue Management Makes a Point to be Inclusive; From Hiring Practices to Party Protocols
Located on St. Hubert St., Ausgang plaza is known for intertwining activism and art while presenting in it snapping fashion.
Introducing the VAV Gallery, FOFA Gallery, and Media Gallery
There’s no shortage of creative resourceful minds at Concordia and their artwork can be found all over campus. Don’t shy away from cracking the door open and taking a look—everyone is welcome and it’s free.
Silversmith Siblings Talk of the Importance of Women in Their Craft
“Jewelry is, for me, one of the industries that kind of touches women of all sizes and all ages,” said Charlotte Piché. “It gives luxury to women no matter what.”
Montreal’s 13th Annual Anime Convention Was a Success
This year’s anime convention, Otakuthon, celebrated it’s 13th edition.