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POSITION AVAILABLE: Communications and Events Assistant
POSITION AVAILABLE: Communications and Events Assistant   |  08/06/2018 - 23:59



POSITION AVAILABLE: COMMUNICATIONS AND EVENTS ASSISTANT

26-week contract - Hours and salary to be determined

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Finissage: Reconcile With a Smile
Finissage: Reconcile With a Smile  |  08/08/2018 - 17:00



Join us for the finissage of Reconcile With a Smile by Yen-Chao Lin and Oliver Emrys Lewis (Montreal), on August 8th, 5-7 PM. This will be the opportunity to meet the artists, and share food in good company!

Free entrance and warm ambiance.

articule's gallery and bathroom are partially wheelchair accessible.

In North America, having perfect white teeth is about more than just health; it is often an indicator into an individual’s social status and personal background. In the 1800s, poor people would sell their teeth to the rich, whose own had rotted away from the consumption of sweets that the poor could not afford. In present day, the “Hollywood smile” has become a status symbol of privilege. Poor oral health isn’t only a physical risk: it threatens education and job prospects, and thus, social mobility. Presented under the...
Window Projects       Reconcile With a Smile
Yen-Chao Lin, Oliver Emrys Lewis

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WORKSHOP: Masc4Masc: Complicating "Toxic Masculinity"
WORKSHOP: Masc4Masc: Complicating "Toxic Masculinity"  |  08/16/2018 - 18:00

  • (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
     (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival


Full schedule of the festival available here.

 

WORKSHOP: Masc4Masc: Complicating “Toxic Masculinity” through race & gender nonconformity // Masc4Masc: Compliquer la « masculinité toxique » à travers les enjeux raciaux et la non-conformité dans le genre
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Discussion and Workshops       (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
G L O W Z I !

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WORKSHOP: Digital spellcasting: setting intentions thru data
WORKSHOP: Digital spellcasting: setting intentions thru data  |  08/17/2018 - 16:00

  • (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
     (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival


Full schedule of the festival available here.

 

Workshop: Digital spellcasting: setting intentions thru data // Lancer des sorts digitaux: énoncer ses intentions avec les données

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Discussion and Workshops       (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
G L O W Z I !

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KEYNOTE PANEL: What we long for and how we belong
KEYNOTE PANEL: What we long for and how we belong   |  08/17/2018 - 18:30

  • (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
     (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival


Full schedule of the festival available here.

 

KEYNOTE PANEL: What we long for and where we belong // Ce qui nous appartient et ce qui nous retient

**THIS PANEL IS OPEN TO ALL.**

 

How do we belong, as QTBIPOCs, when our being is so intertwined with longing? How do we envision a present and a future for ourselves when we feel estranged from traditions of our ancestors? How do we draw inspiration from queer and/or trans figures from our ancestries and cultures, when our lineage has broken and we feel exiled from our own sense of self?

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Discussion and Workshops       (be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival
G L O W Z I !

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Slide Projection Night: Magic Lantern VI
Slide Projection Night: Magic Lantern VI  |  08/24/2018 - 19:00



Join us for our sixth annual Magic Lantern, where 21 artists and audience members witness together unedited, unrevealed work that neither audience nor the artists have seen before.

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Special projects       Magic Lantern VI

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arrow_rightMaking and Unmaking by Chloe Cavis-Haie Roundtable and artistic intervention
05/05/2018 - 11:00

Making and Unmaking by Chloe Cavis-Haie Roundtable and artistic intervention as part of MONTRÉAL MONOCHROME VI: SANCTUARY CITY? free This colonial settlement is built on the stolen land of Indigenous people and through forced Black labour. There is a non-consensual hyperconsumption of our material and immaterial production. This roundtable and artistic intervention explores the meaning of making for Black people. What would it mean to reclaim the process of making and unmaking for oneself in this context? This event is a closed space for Black people. Chloe Cavis-Haie is a...  - Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightArtist Talk & Meal Shellie Zhang
05/04/2018 - 19:00

Artist Talk & Meal Shellie Zhang as part of MONTRÉAL MONOCHROME VI: SANCTUARY CITY? free Shellie Zhang is interested in flushing out the realm of possibilities that food can offer for reclaiming culture and space, and resisting white supremacy. She will present her research process on Accent, a three-part project that examines the history of MSG from before it came to the western world, to its antagonization and now subsequent revival. She will use MSG as a metaphor in reflecting on who the authority voices behind ‘ethnic’ foods are and how she sees hope in...  - Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? | Discussion and Workshops
22 Apr 2018   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightQ+A Naghmeh Sharifi
05/04/2018 - 18:00

Q+A Naghmeh Sharifi as part of MONTRÉAL MONOCHROME VI: SANCTUARY CITY? free In this series of ink drawings complemented by sculptural elements, I explore themes of transient identities and the psychology of the body both within and as a lived space / geography. Naghmeh Sharifi is an Iranian/Canadian multidisciplinary artist based in Montreal. She holds a BA in visual arts and one in psychology from the University of British Columbia. Since 2006, her work has been exhibited in Tehran, Berlin, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Toronto and Skopje. In Montreal, she has presented her...  - Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightLetter Writing with EMILIA-AMALIA
05/04/2018 - 15:00

Letter Writing with EMILIA-AMALIA Zinnia Naqvi (on behalf of Emilia-Amalia collective) Letter writing workshop free Letter writing has always been a political act: whether affirming admiration for an artist or activist, providing support to friends and colleagues, collectively voicing dissent and demanding change, or responding to world events in the editorial pages, the letter is a form that lends itself to feminist strategies of protest, collaboration, knowledge-sharing and world-building. For this session, as part of Montreal Monochrome VI, we would like to consider letter...  - Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? | Discussion and Workshops
22 Apr 2018   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightBirds Crossing Borders (Khadija Baker )
05/03/2018 - 20:00

Birds Crossing Borders Khadija Baker Interactive presentation free For refugees and people who seek safety, borders are critical as they are essential to access this feeling. Safety will then shift according to the lived experiences of the past place, especially ones that are violent, and especially for those who have lived it. Borders are less relevant not because they are crossed but because the place is not at the center anymore: it is access to society, and to connect, which allow feelings of certainty that usually come with feelings of belonging. A live performance to tell...  - Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? | Discussion and Workshops
22 Apr 2018   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightBlack Radical Imagination
04/20/2018 - 19:00

7 pm - Screening followed by a discussion with Jheanelle Brown and Kamau Wainaina. Black Radical Imagination is a film showcase programmed by Jheanelle Brown and Darol Olu Kae, and is originally co-founded by Erin Christovale and Amir George. Black Radical Imagination stems from a series of discussions around the boundaries and limitations that are historically given to people of color. The filmmakers and artists in this year's program unflinchingly contend with Black suffering, resist spectacle and render traumatic histories, both personal and collective, without reinforcing...  - Black Radical Imagination | Special projects
22 Apr 2018   |   [comment_count]  

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