Play Based off Memories Surrounding the Actors’ Experience as Queer Black Men
Theatre company SAGA Collectif has teamed up with Buddies in Bad Times to give us their production of Black Boys, a play that addresses the differences between the three actors’ shared experience of being queer Black men.
Zines, Photography, Paintings and More—Les Bêtes Sauvages Reveal the Many Facets of Art
In the small, inviting space of the Eastern Bloc gallery’s romantically lit industrial rooms and corridors, over 100 people rolled through on Valentine’s Day to take in some erotic art.
Show Addresses Borders, Between Life and Death, and the Public and Private
The student production of Creation Playground is focusing on the theme of “borders” this time around. It gets the audience out of their seats and onto the stage to face what’s happening.
Concordia’s All-Female and Non-Binary Electroacoustic Band
Fillesharmoniques is an electroacousitcs band at Concordia formed by Julie Matson. Made up entirely of women and non-binary musicians, this group produces some sweet jams.
The Hip-Hop Group Stopped by Montreal for their Latest Tour
Brockhampton recently stopped by our city for their Love Your Parents tour and the result was explosive. They’re taking the term “boy band” and flipping it on its head. Here’s why.
Aleesa Cohene and Matthew Hyland On Artist-Curator Relations
At the Can You Keep a Secret? panel, artists Aleesa Cohene and curator Matthew Hyland discussed their experiences in the different artist-curator relationships they’ve had and what both mediums should keep in mind in those situations.
Black Artists Express their Identity Through their Work
With Black History Month in full swing, the vernissage, Symbols of Resistance, is here and features Black artists who express their black identity in their work.
Black Trans Artist Makes Ratchet Music with a Message
Locked in a small office that doubles as a recording studio in his apartment, Lucas Charlie Rose works with no days off.
A Revealing Documentary on the Exploitation of the Malaysian Rainforest and its Indigenous People
During First Voices Week, the screening of the documentary film, The Borneo Case, shocked its audience into silence. Here’s our review of it!
The First Edition Inspires and Brightens the Winter Season
A new festival has arrived in the city of Montreal! Lux Magna had a successful first edition that was jam packed with artists of every background. Here’s a little review of it from us to you!