Workshop: Crafting Resilient City Futures
CRAFTING RESILIENT CITY FUTURES
By seeley quest
$5-10, no one turned away
Workshop in English Bring a pen and a journal (or sketchbook)
This workshop invites us to imagine "resilience" five years from now, in Montreal or another city/town of your choice. Participants will be invited, through prompts, to write or visually illustrate residents' empowered life in various scenarios. Participants will be encouraged to explore speculative and realist styles of “future-representing”, and to share and discuss...
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Join us for a holiday market at articule on Saturday December 14.
Members of the centre will be selling their handmade goods including prints, ceramics, jewelry, food, and more.
Sip some mulled wine, enjoy the warmth, and meet some neighbours, while supporting local artists!
MONITOR 13: Dance on my head and scratch my heart
MONITOR 13 invites the viewer to consider the indecipherable traces and charges of the past. It is an invitation to dance to the meditative, moving images in the program. Through letters, biographies, surfaces, sounds and architectures, the curators have assembled the films to gesture not only towards things lost and hidden along the way, but their connections to living and renewal.
MONITOR is SAVAC’s longstanding experimental South Asian film and video program that holds steady engagement with an international community of artists, curators and critics, initiating dialogues around...
Call for Submissions
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 9, 2019, 11:59PM EST
articule launches its call for proposals for the next year and invites local, national and international artists, artists’ collectives, art institutions and curators interested in establishing a dialogue with contemporary art and the centre to submit an exhibition or research project of diverse nature for the programming years 2020-2021. We are interested in artistic ideas and projects that are concerned with and unpack the ideas of “tradition” in its various permutations. We accept proposals for exhibitions, projects, and research...
A Conversation Between Two Queer Figurative Artists
Sarah Mihara Creagen and Anthony Cudahy (NYC) talk about sex, botany and queerness. Both queer figurative painters and drawers, they will chat about expansive forms of intimacy found in both of their practices. The discussion takes place as part of the exhibition The Sisters' Fart Corner, by Creagen.
The Sisters’ Fart Corner presents a body of drawings and comics that explicitly explores Creagen’s mixed-race Japanese-Canadian heritage and investigates areas of representation (contemporary/historical art, and medical) connected to women’s bodies in sex and sexual...