Articles by Cassandra Marsillo
This week’s picks include a “cultural getaway,” a New York artist’s first Canadian exhibit and the winners of Possible Dimensions.
Cité Mémoire launches its free app for their original work to be displayed in May 2016.
Photos of shoes and paintings of rural life in this week’s art picks.
The last week to be a part of Native Immigrant’s Teiotiohkwenhahton: Beadwork, Visions of Peace project.
Plenty happening this week including beadwork, collage, and performance art.
In this new weekly article, the Artistorian lists her picks from the Montreal art scene this week.
Virani and Jones went cross country to collect perceptions about Canada to create a collaborative art project, unveiled this Canada Day.
The Aristorian reports on the new exhibit at the MMFA featuring 300 works by Rodin.
Men’s fashion by local designers as well as artwork were on display at the first Just for Him fashion festival in Montreal at the ALT Hotel.
Interview with Hamza Mejri about new fashion festival for men
Portuguese housing projects of the 1970s focus on CCA exhibit.
Art things work checking out in Montreal in the month of May
Alina Maizel talks about the invitation for artists to create their dream project with Faux Cadres Canal and Studio Béluga.
Cassandra talks to curator of the Phi Centre’s current exhibition on Theresa Hak Kyung.
The Montreal art scene is a storm of events, from performance art to journal launches to vernissage parties. Here’s our list of things not to miss!
Conversation with the Yiara team about the launch of their third issue and the highlights of their past year.