Short Plays with SIPA
There’s a festival going on at Concordia this weekend, tucked in the back room of the Loyola Chapel basement.
Contest winners at Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal
Winners of the sixth Concordia Annual 10-Minute Play Contest are getting their prize this Friday night, where they will hold a staged reading of their work.
Bake to Basics
Well into the 19th century, the European village and neighbourhood bakery served as more than mere eatery or commodity outlet. Doubling as part-time “communal oven,” it was a gathering point, a laboratory, a workshop—even a place of education.
Building 3D Performance Space with The Hilotrons
Believe it or not, three-dimensional space in film has much more potential than a flaming Nicolas Cage face flying towards you.
The Wooden Sky Merge Artist and Audience
The Wooden Sky are raring to go. It’s part childish giddiness, but it’s also part cabin fever.
Block Party Explores How Consumer Choices Shape Communities
The Block Party exhibit at Art Matters is exactly what it sounds like.
Surveying Space and Building Perception
They may seem interchangeable to many, but the words ‘space’ and ‘place’ are very different terms. It is a difference that Levi Bruce wants you to investigate.
Subject to Change Talks Aesthetics
However polished the finished product is, art exhibits are made, not born. They’re the end result of hours and hours of work—and often their fair share of trial and error.
The Unending Silence of Space Wants Us to Pause
In the hustle and bustle of daily life, sometimes it’s best to take a moment for yourself. To some, that might mean getting a coffee in the middle of the day, or doing nothing for an afternoon without feeling guilty about it.
The Poupart Gallery Explores Space Within Space
You might not spend much time thinking about it, but gallery space for an exhibit is a crucial element for both curator and artist.