The best of what to do in Montreal art, even if you don’t want to dress up. This week includes a finissage and the 34th edition of Beaux Degats
Or that time I saw 88 short films in one weekend.
A gathering of animators and animation fans alike
The festival’s director, Erik H. Goulet, talks about what this year’s edition will have to offer
Dean of Fine Arts at Concordia talks to anti-fashionista/drag queen K8 Hardy about Outfitumentary.
Workshops, photography and cocktails abound this week in Montreal!
Quebec 102 looks at the cost of renting an apartment in Montreal.
South Korean director Bum-wook Hur introduces a beautifully bleak animation film to the 2015 edition of Montreal’s Fantasia Festival. Set in a dystopia where everything is [read on]
Brace yourself for 90 minutes of sheer awesome as Jason Lei Howden offers a horrifically hilarious Canadian Premiere to the Fantasia Festival’s screens. Deathgasm, a New [read on]
In this new weekly article, the Artistorian lists her picks from the Montreal art scene this week.
Bite into a chilling comedy full of unhappy vampires and bloodcurdling puns – brilliantly previewed the terrifying short animation The Mill at Calder’s End.
“Mr Leopold Bloom ate with relish the inner organs of beasts and fowls. He liked thick giblet soup, nutty gizzards, a stuffed roast heart, liverslices fried with [read on]
Concordia University is somewhat unique in its classification among the universities in Quebec: unlike Laval, Montreal, and McGill, Concordia is more of a comprehensive [read on]
Meat and vegetarian Indian restaurant near Concordia is both tasty and cheap.
The second installment of this festival showcases international filmmakers with charming, challenging, and mesmerizing films.
Check out feature film world premieres and stunning shorts at Montreal’s wonderful animation festival
Clothing and art come together in these wearable constructions in every material imaginable.
Engaging series at Concordia brought together thought leaders and professors on topics such as gender and the personal.
Hear Jonathan Goldstein and Erica Lehrer talk about when storytelling goes public.
When dance meets hip hop and rap, throw in the desire to rule the street, and you get locking battles. New York has Earn your Stripes. Toronto has A Lock to Remember. [read on]