Learn About One of the Most Unique Comedy Rooms in Montreal: The Artloft
The Artloft, without question, is one of the current standouts of Montreal’s art scene. Not comedy scene, but of all art available here as a whole. Is this a big statement? Yes. Is the title deserved? Yes. The space could be considered an art gallery, a living archive of Montreal’s collective artistic presence in the last two years.
Gender Diversity on Stage Happens Through Mentorship and Collaboration
Inside the heart of the brick and wood venue—the low seating, the candles, the people dancing—are women and femmes rapping, singing, and fingering their instruments.
They own the stage.
The Evolving Role of Fashion as a Commodity, Art Form, and Sustainability Movement
Opinions, consumption habits, behaviours, priorities and lifestyle choices are the raw expression of a generation’s mentality.
Witchcraft, Gender, and Catchy Hooks Come Together in Music
Backxwash is a Montreal-based rapper who uses unique and sometimes random and bizarre sound in her artistry to build her soundtrack. Her newest EP Black Sailor Moon for example uses the theme song of the show that inspired the name of the EP, the anime “Sailor Moon”, in one of her songs.
“Please Do Not Eat the Art”
Soft Stimuli was the Concordia student gallery’s last fall exhibit. Running between Dec. 3 to the 21, the artworks exhibited were unique, and some showcased the intimate and complicated relationships people have with their bodies.
Using Dolls and Colourful Woodcuts to Celebrate the Beauty of Blackness
Theran Seaton’s art celebrates the beauty of Blackness with a sample of her doll collection and colourful woodcuts of her sister’s braids.
A Critical Look into the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict— Which is Censored In The U.S.
The film Occupation of the American Mind , which is banned from the U.S. , showcases the propaganda distributed of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
An Imagined Continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s 19th Century Play
“A Doll’s House, Part 2” is an imagined continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic 19th century play “A Doll’s House,” where Nora, the mother of a young family, decides to leave her husband and children. In the new play, Nora has come back home 15 years later, and is dealing with the fall-back of her actions.
Choreographer Bastazin Uses Dance to Shed Light on Discrimination and Violence Against Afro-Brazilians and Other Minorities
When thinking of Brazilian dances, we often picture colourful feathers, and glittery G-strings—but one Brazilian choreographer wants to show the harsh realities behind the carnival fairy tales with her dance show I Love Quebrada.
Fringe Calendar November 28- December 4
Reclaiming Self-Identity With a Haircut at the VAV in “Hyper Real”
Two small television sets sit parallel to each other, looping a video of visual artist Naïka Deluy-Garwood, shaving her head.