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MMVI.II : comedy night
MMVI.II : comedy night  |  05/02/2019 - 20:00



Join us for an evening of stand-up featuring the funniest QTBIPOC + BIPOC artists as part of Montreal Monochrome!

 

FEATURING:

Tatyana Olal (host)

Sara Meleika

Sehar Manji

Kadi Diop

Malek Yalaoui

Chelby Daigle

Nadine Forde

Alo Azimov

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...and more to be announced!

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Outreach       MMVI.II : comedy night

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5@7: Creative Kinship & Other Survivalist Tendencies
5@7: Creative Kinship & Other Survivalist Tendencies  |  05/10/2019 - 17:00



It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the 5@7 opening reception of the exhibition Creative Kinship and Other Survivalist Tendencies ...
Exhibitions       Creative Kinship and Other Survivalist Tendencies
Dayna Danger, Big’Uns (detail), 2017

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Bead & Bitch Workshop
Bead & Bitch Workshop  |  05/12/2019 - 13:00



It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the workshop Bead and Bitch as part of the exhibition Creative Kinship and Other Survivalist Tendencies.

Join Nico Williams, Dayna Danger and guests for an afternoon of beading, tea, snacks, and auntie gossip. Everyone is welcome, from beginners to kookums. Beading supplies will be provided by gijiit.

Free and open to all.


Discussion and Workshops       Creative Kinship and Other Survivalist Tendencies
Dayna Danger, Big’Uns (detail), 2017
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Le Mile End s'articule: Amanda Ruiz // Day 1
Le Mile End s'articule: Amanda Ruiz // Day 1  |  05/25/2019 - 14:00



Le Mile end s'articule 2019: 25 May - 8 June

Outdoor community arts festival 

 

DAY 1: 

Amanda Ruiz : I'm a Map on the Sand

Location: Saint Michel Park (ave Laurier + ave Saint-Dominique)

*in case of rain, will be held the day after

 

I’m a Map on the Sand will be held in the sandy area of Parc Saint-Michel. It will use mapping as a storytelling device to represent journeys of migrant workers working in the Mile-End neighbourhood. Participants will describe their homes and homelands as they incorporate...
Outreach       Le Mile End s’articule: 2019 edition

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arrow_right[CANCELLED] Opening & Members' appreciation: UNBOXED / DÉBALLÉ
04/03/2020 - 19:00

articule has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening reception of our annual Members' Show: UNBOXED / DÉBALLÉ (articule past and present). 2020 will be articule’s fortieth anniversary. When articule was founded, it belonged to “the network of parallel galleries,” which became today’s artist-run centres. This year’s members’ show invites members past and present of articule to explore the archives of the centre as a starting place for new works. Join us in this effort to retrace, reconsider, and remake our networks and histories....  - [CANCELLED] Unboxed / Déballé (articule past and present) | Exhibitions
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arrow_right[POSTPONED] General Assembly: The Move!
03/28/2020 - 14:00 to 17:00

HELP US BY FILLING OUT THIS 5 MINUTE SURVEY ON OUR MOVE  Convivial and open to the public, articule’s general assemblies are perfect opportunities to take part in discussions that will affect the centre, get to know member opportunities, and renew or complete membership requirements. This Assembly will focus on articule’s upcoming move to a new location. Come and have your say! CHILDCARE - We hire carers based on the number of children we expect - please RSVP by emailing outreach@articule.org for childcare at least 2 days in advance (if possible) so we can...  - Meetings
17 Mar 2020   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_right[CANCELLED] Vernissage: What is nature?
03/21/2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

What is nature? presents artworks that reveal the plurality of cultural and personal conceptions of the environment. Through photography, painting, dance, and spatial installations, the artists consider their own relationship with nature from their diverse practices and experiences. Nature becomes both the subject of contemplation and the material foundation of the artworks. Through this engagement between art and nature, the exhibition seeks to dismantle the Western dichotomy between people and the environment. By presenting alternative perspectives to this persistent myth, What is...  - [CANCELLED] What is nature? | Exhibitions
17 Mar 2020   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightPerformance: International Gathering of Women-Mountains
02/22/2020 - 15:00

articule has the pleasure of inviting you to a performance by Amanda Ruiz Méndez (MTL) as part of the exhibition When the Mountains Move. "International Gathering of Women-Mountains" invites three women, all activists from Montreal, to weave words written by women land defenders on relationships to the territories where they live. *In solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation, and "Jornadas en defensa del territorio / Day in defence of territory: We are all Samir" Speakers: - Nahka Bertrand - Viviana Medina - Rukaya...  - When the Mountains Move | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightOpening: When the Mountains Move
02/14/2020 - 19:00

articule has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening reception of When the Mountains Move by Amanda Ruiz Méndez. The artist will also present a performance, International Gathering of Women-Mountains, on February 22, 3:00 PM.  When the Mountains Move is a material based research-exhibition that develops from the study of the indigenous Mexican Zapatista movement as a living example of resistance against capitalism, and as a social body that practices hope and resonates locally and internationally. Particularly, this exhibition focuses on the role of women in this...  - When the Mountains Move | Exhibitions
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arrow_rightWorkshop: Crafting Resilient City Futures
01/26/2020 - 14:00 to 17:00

CRAFTING RESILIENT CITY FUTURES By seeley quest   RSVP: outreach@articule.org $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...  - Outreach
05 Feb 2020   |   [comment_count]  

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