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Opening: The Sisters' Fart Corner
Opening: The Sisters' Fart Corner  |  11/08/2019 - 19:00



articule has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening reception of The Sisters’ Fart Corner by Sarah Mihara 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 health.

Born in Nova Scotia, Sarah Mihara Creagen is a white passing mixed-race queer artist currently based between Brooklyn and Toronto. She received her MFA from Hunter College in 2018. Creagen was the recipient of the Kossak Travel Grant which enabled her and her younger sister to travel to Japan in 2018. They retraced family...
Exhibitions       The Sisters' Fart Corner
Sarah Mihara Creagen, The Chastity Belt

19:00 - EST
 
 
A Conversation Between Two Queer Figurative Artists
A Conversation Between Two Queer Figurative Artists   |  11/09/2019 - 15:00



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 health.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Anthony Cudahy is a painter in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently enrolled in Hunter College...
Discussion and Workshops       The Sisters' Fart Corner

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arrow_rightClosing Performance: KINE-POETICS
10/31/2019 - 20:00

*Please note: this performance is not child-friendly. Doors at 7pm, performance at 8pm. articule invites you to the closing performance of Stephanie Creaghan, Nat Navi, and Lees Brenson and Mitch Westcott (Dregqueen)'s research residency KINE-POETICS/CINÉ-POÉTIQUES: Queer & Trans Music As a Means of Survival. During this research residency, the artists will highlight the power of collaboration, inter-support and music through performance, video and sculpture. The residency will feature AV/tactile manifestations or responses to music....  - KINE-POETICS/CINÉ-POÉTIQUES: Queer & Trans Music As a Means of Survival | Special projects
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arrow_rightPerformances: Rap Battles for Social Justice
10/19/2019 - 19:00 to 20:00

MONTREAL MONOCHROME VII: RECALIBRATIONS |  RAP BATTLES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: SHOWCASE   Free and open to all Venue: articule   Performances!   The Rap Battles for Social Justice has organized many events starting in the spring of 2015. With live hip hop music, veterans, aspiring rappers as well as first-time performers display their original lyrics aiming at systemic oppression wherever it may lurk. With our mission for popular education to a beat - we aim to forge community ties through consciousness-raising in the form of art and...  - Montreal Monochrome VII: Recalibrations | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightWorkshop: Rap Battles for Social Justice / Creative writing & Hip Hop
10/19/2019 - 15:00 to 18:00

MONTREAL MONOCHROME VII: RECALIBRATIONS |  RAP BATTLES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP   Workshop -  free -bilingual instructors Max. 30 participants - registration: outreach@articule.org Open to all, no prevoius experience necessary  Venue: articule    The first part of the workshop will welcome guest speaker Marlene Hale from Native Montreal. Following this, a creative writing workshop where we will learn together how to engage Hip Hop as a platform for social issues. Following our robust and accessible model, we will be...  - Montreal Monochrome VII: Recalibrations | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightWorkshop: My Voice as a Thread / Text Weaving
10/19/2019 - 10:00 to 13:00

MONTREAL MONOCHROME VII: RECALIBRATIONS | MY VOICE AS A THREAD // A TEXT WEAVING WORKSHOP     Workshop - free - in English, bilingual instructor Open to all, priority to BIPOC Max. 15 participants - registration: outreach@articule.org Venue: articule    A text weaving workshop focused on process as a continuous action of reality-making. BIPOC’s narratives around our experience are often denied, erased, brushed off and countered with "data, records, documentation’’ upheld by white western narratives. This workshop aims to...  - Montreal Monochrome VII: Recalibrations | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion: Moving Beyond Representation and Thinking About the Construction of Racialized Queer Identities
10/18/2019 - 19:00 to 21:00

MONTREAL MONOCHROME VII: RECALIBRATIONS | MOVING BEYOND REPRESANTATION AND THINKING ABOUT THE CONSTRUCTION OF RACIALIZED QUEER IDENTITIES   Free and open to all Discussion - in French Venue: articule   A discussion on how to reconstruct one's own stories when they are linked to marginalized identities in the context of a predominantly white country. The concept of representation seems a superfluous tool, a smokescreen that diverts conversations around systemic oppression and renders them superficial. It is not enough to show a body that can be visually located...  - Montreal Monochrome VII: Recalibrations | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion: The Myth of Charitable Culture & Education in Kanata
10/18/2019 - 17:30 to 19:00

MONTREAL MONOCHROME VII: RECALIBRATIONS | THE MYTH OF CHARITABLE CULTURE & EDUCATION IN KANATA   Free and open to all Discussion - in English  Venue: at articule    An awkward space in the Canadian education system exists where education is recognized to be foundational in making reparations amongst Eurocentric and Indigenous cultures, while education is remembered as being a source of incredible harm amongst Indigenous peoples in recent history. The impact of the residential school system is still misunderstood amongst Canadians— for example ex...  - Montreal Monochrome VII: Recalibrations | Discussion and Workshops
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