Businesses, artists, events, and venues come together in multi-month recognition of digital arts in Montreal.
The annual health food expo is a sampler’s paradise, allowing visitors to meet with proprietors of some familiar products and get to know some new ones
Some art was made for looking at, and some art was made for making you think. A Problem So Big It Needs Other People provokes, prods, and challenges the viewer to rethink and relook.
Come hungry to the healthy eating exhibition this weekend.
Bring your underground-expctations to Peopl’s Comedy and prepare to be pampered. Shows take place in Old Montreal in a classy bar, featuring select comedians.
Experience the Snoezeland Benefit as Liliane Hudecova did through her photo journal — sensations, smells, sights, sounds, sweets, and positivity!
Comedy Nest St. Patrick’s Day Show brings out the rowdy in the audience and the comedians.
Dance to some DJ beats and have your senses stimulated at the benefit for the Foundation of the Rehabilitaion Center Lucie-Bruneau
Members of the Montreal Rampage team share their photos and reports from Nuit Blanche.
Henry Phillips and Jess Solomon entertain the crowd at the Comedy Nest.
Bad boy Jeremy Hetchman talks about creating an authentic speakeasy in Montreal with a bathroom built for three.
Get your Nuit Blanche art and DJ style at the SAT and the MAC. VJs and Djs pair up at the SAT, while the MAC offers a 24-hour screening of Marclay’s The Clock.
All the world’s on at the CCA for Nuit Blanche.
Jacy Lafontaine talks about being part of the weekly Blue Dog Motel comedy event.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
Montreal’s annual film bazar features film distributors, memorabilia, and all things cinema.
Joe Bronzi wasn’t going to win the hearts of all the girls as a jock or a model, so he opted for comedy instead.