With beautiful visuals and an abundance of fashionistas, the film poses the question, “should fashion be viewed as art?”
Drop in to Montreal’s annual festival of contemporary art works for sale.
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
Mike Correll’s documentary sheds light on a master of dark art.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Annual event brings out collectors of memorabilia and all things film related.
City graffiti featured in this month’s Eye to I study
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
With so many great films premiering in Montreal for FIFA, it can be hard to choose a few. Here are some select picks for the first week of the festival.
One festival ends and another begins, this month in Montreal’s art scene. Catch Art Souterrain before it disappears until 2017, but brace yourselves for Art [read on]
Haitian artist Ronald Mevs uses art to express many forms of resistance.
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
During the daytime, the outdoor site of the city festival has plenty to do that’s kid appropriate and still fun for adults. Also, Hello Kongzi is awesome.
Shadows and light at play in two of Montreal’s churches.
In case you haven’t noticed, or are generally just the reckless type, it’s tax time in Canada, meaning if you haven’t started getting your tax forms, you should [read on]
Get out of that chocolate coma and check out what’s going on in Montreal’s art scene this week: 5@7 Festival Art Souterrain, pre-opening party Arsenal, February [read on]
Tattoo artist SmAshley Dale talks about the increased popularity of the tattoo and how she developed her own signature style of dot work.
Exhibit focuses on the daily life of Pompeii’s elite people.
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!)
That’s what artist Aquil Virani set out to do in celebration of his 25th birthday last Friday. Sounds crazy? That’s because it is. But impossible? Not at all. [read on]