The Annual Student Run Festival is Back Again to Celebrate Art
Learn about the 2019 edition of Concordia’s Art Matters festival.
Montreal Siren Releases Her Silver Lining
A sneak-peek into Hanorah’s newest EP For the Good Guys and the Bad Guys.
Marli Santos Teaches the Art of Fermentation
Learn how to make kombucha with help from the Link‘s sports online editor Ireland Compton in a couple of easy steps.
From Blog Post to Emma Watson’s Book Club, Reni Eddo-Lodge’s Novel Is Inspiring
“Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race” is a ground-breaking novel which explores institutionalized racism, tracks it’s history, and highlights it’s impact on modern society.
Documentary Gets Eerily Personal with Members of the Alt-Right
White Right: Meeting the Enemy is built around interviews director Deeyah Khan, a muslim woman, conducted with white nationalists, neo-nazis, and other American hate groups. She aimed to better understand the resurgence of white extremism in the United States throughout this film.
Café Chato and the Alley Cat Gallery: Read About Montreal’s Cat Friendly Spaces
Learn about spaces in Montreal that are devoted to appreciating the feline form: Café Chato and NDG’s Alley Cat Gallery.
Lean About the Independent Montreal Publisher Metonymy Press
Learn about Metonymy Press, a small independent publisher located in Montreal devoted to shining a spotlight on the writing of gender and sexual minorities.
Black Artists Seize Montreal’s Drag Scene
Afro-Drag Montreal offered a safe place for Black artists to celebrate and perform the glamours of drag.
How to Indulge in Fashion Without Hurting the Environment or Your Wallet
The thrift boutique Kapara Vintage is in Montreal this weekend as a pop-up shop against fast fashion.
‘Unwind’ Will Explore Familiar Trajectories Into the Unknown
The Visual Arts Visuels has been exhibiting a lot of pieces living on a wall or mounted on a base—on Monday, Feb. 18, they will host Unwind, a free show that will be a unique night of performance art.
The Ending of the Lux Magna Festival –A Scintillating Night Full of Poetry and Music
As the Lux Magna Festival came to an end, Shades Lawrence, Montreal-based DJ, rapper, poet, and curator, successfully created a space where the musical talents and artistic performances by women of colour could shine bright and centred.