The Artistorian’s Weekly Picks August 18 to 24

The Artistorian’s Weekly Picks August 18 to 24

Scooter LaForge expo Scooter LaForge expo

Keep your cravings for all things artistic and awesome under control by checking out these events, festivals and exhibits in Montreal this week:

Cultural Tuesday

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This week's picks include a "cultural getaway," a New York artist's first Canadian exhibit and the winners of Possible Dimensions.

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August 18, 6 to 9 at Arsenal Montreal

Arsenal’s weekly “cultural getaway” for the month of August continues with (N)id. Take part in an activity led by designer Nicolas Fonseca, in collaboration with C:Lab by Cirque du Soleil. This is a free event, and first come first served so get there early.

Scooter LaForge Exhibit

Scooter LaForge expo

Scooter LaForge expo

August 19 to 31 at Galerie MX (3

Galerie MX is hosting New York artist Scooter LaForge‘s first Canadian exhibit this month as part of FDM. LaForge, who also designs one-of-a-kind clothing, is bringing his loud, colourful and playful art to Montreal. Lucky us!

NDG Arts week, festival launch

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August 24 at Café Shaïka

Kick off the 10th annual NDG arts week at Café Shaïka with a special presentation from Paul Cargnello, the festival spokesperson. Musical performances included. Stay tuned for more about the festival!

Possible Dimensions

olya krasavina. Photo from event facebook page

olya krasavina. Photo from event facebook page

Until August 29 at Galerie C.O.A

Back in April, I interviewed Alina Maizel of Studio Béluga about their exciting contest, Possible Dimensions. Well, they have chosen their winners: Miles Greenberg, an installation and performance artist from Montreal, and Olya Krasavina, a Russian-born illustrator. With help from Studio Béluga and its collaborators, including Faux-Cadres Canal, they have created their “dream projects,” which will be on display until August 29.

Check out Cassandra’s blog at The Artistorian.

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