Richard Ford and Alice Munro were the featured individuals of Blue Metropolis’ opening and closing events.
The annual fundraising event to offset costs for the Grands Ballets is captured here by Fernando Landin.
Mellon lecturer Antoine Picon addresses the concept of the smart city at CCA event.
Montreal’s food trucks are back with even more options than ever before. Four of them tempted dancers to stop their moves during the 6th Montreal Lunch Beat.
Papier14 Art Fair brings galleries from around the country to Montreal to showcase works on paper.
Savour the tastes, smells, sights, and sounds of Asia’s many cultures at the Accès Asie festival.
Two-day music festival in Montreal is centered on “vintage” rock sound and draws rockabilly crowd with the return of the Gutter Demons.
Lots of cool digital installation projects are on tap at Montreal BIAN festival.
The 16th Blue Metropolis Festival celebrates writers and reading with a special focus on international authors this year.
The intermedia/cyberarts students worked hard to fundraise for this exhibition. Now’s the time to see their finished works.
It’s not legal, but it’s not exactly criminal either. Montreal is laid-back about smoking l’herbe, especially on 420 day. Here are some basics about Montreal and marijuana.
Annual festival addresses the misuse of art in the service of gentrification, marginalization, and oppression. Give a mighty roar for social justice.
Ali Hassan is a man of many hats and many laughs. We talk to him about his current trajectory.
Getting to vote on gruesome transformations by FX artists and the best horror film is just a small part of what made the Mascara and Popcorn Body Horror contest a thrilling night. Hear about Ken’s night and see photos here.
PyCon, a conference dedicated to Python language, sold out months ahead of time. Seriously. What exactly makes a conference on computer programming so exciting?
Andy Hendrickson does not disappoint with his storytelling comedy.
Yiara Magazine’s second edition was packed with attendees and featured musical act the Broken Crowns.
Sherwin Tjia talks about the stress and joy of being an event planner for the city’s quirkiest events.
Peopl’s Comedy featured some amazing performers, pizza, nutella, and a DJ who could do more than manipulate beats. Ianitza concludes its a great way to spend a Wednesday night!