Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to going all green on St. Pat’s
Celebrate art in all its forms with the annual Art Matters festival.
Concerts and art being showcased in November to mark the one year anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s passing.
List of festivals and events taking place in Montreal this October
Lisa Conway (L CON) talks about her process of being an all around creative lady in advance of her POP Montreal performance.
Interview with Zach Frazer about his remounted production.
Director Benjamin Hogue introduces us to the boundary-pushing, Quebec-based art collective BGL.
Art festival looks at contemporary art in the city.
This documentary explores not only the family business, but also the relationships that the public doesn’t usually get to see.
Chamber orchestra follows life of artist.
Fantastic beasts and where to find them in Montreal.
I entered Bar Le Ritz PDB exactly one week ago last Thursday night, excited to get my hands on the most recent issue of Yiara, a student-run undergraduate feminist art and [read on]
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to tasting the city’s best mac and cheese
Dans le cadre du festival annuel Montréal en lumière, la Nuit blanche du samedi 4 mars au dimanche, nous replongera à l’époque marquante de l’Expo 67, qui [read on]
The biggest exhibition of Chagall ever to take place in Canada is at the Fine Arts museum. Find out about it here.
Exhibition on multi-talented artist combines visual and literary works in creatively curated way.
Du 25 mai au 8 juin 2017, le Festival TransAmériques lancera sa 11e édition ! Le 1er février, FTA a levé le voile sur une partie de sa riche programmation.
There’s a reason to get out every night in Montreal in February with festivals from day 1 to day 29 (it’s leap year!)
Late French-Moroccan photographer and video artist, Leila Alaoui’s work delicately examines its difficult subjects at the MMFA.