Talks and Workshops

The Family Night Series

October 27, 2016 to October 29, 2016
This fall, articule presents a special three-day series of events that features BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) perspectives: dinner conversation, game and movie nights! In collaboration with the Black Students' Network of McGill, Black Radical Imagination, Ethnocultural Art Histories... {read more}




Madelyne Beckles & Kaeten Bonli (Montreal) Eunice Bélidor (Montreal) Hera Chan (Montreal) Dominique Fontaine (Montreal) Hamilton Perambulatory Unit (HPU) (Hamilton) Indigenous Art Research Group (Montreal) Priya Jain (Montreal) Charmaine Nelson (Montreal) Lindsay Nixon (Montreal) POPOCO (Montreal) Ronald Rose-Antoinette (Montreal) Fatimah Tuggar (Toronto) Ayanna Dozier (Montreal)
April 21, 2016 to April 23, 2016
MONTRÉAL MONOCHROME IV: STUDY HALL proposes an investigation into the intersection of art and pedagogy with an anti-colonial inflection. It offers a framework to explore how artistic modes of production can challenge conventional systems of education. The theme of this edition, “STUDY HALL... {read more}




Nantali Indongo Mounia Benalil Nadia Bunyan Craig Commanda Zab Maboungou Winnie Superhova Yassin "Narcy" Alsalman
May 02, 2015
Montreal Monochrome III: UN-DOING THE AUTHENTIC Saturday, May 2, 2015 10AM - 5PM Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Free entrance All are welcome but please register at or 514-842-9686 Join artist-run centre articule for the third edition of Montreal Monochrome... {read more}



Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging)

Dominique Fontaine (Montreal)
January 12, 2015 to December 31, 2015
Dominique Fontaine’s curatorial research residency focuses on fundamental reflections around questions of migration, belonging, and alienation. The residency examines contemporary issues faced by cities with diverse populations resulting from immigration. In artistic and curatorial research terms,... {read more}



Montreal Monochrome II

Zab Maboungou Melissa Mollen Dupuis Valérie d. Walker Mary Wong
May 16, 2014
Join artist-run centre articule for the second edition of Montréal Monochrome, a discussion around ethnic diversity in the arts. Montreal is among the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada, but the city’s diversity is not reflected within many institutions working in the visual arts field. Within... {read more}



Legal workshop on public art

April 19, 2014
The topic of this workshop is: public artThe workshop will be given by: Me Kerry WilliamsFree admissionMe Kerry Williams will give a one-hour presentation and answer your questions in a convivial environment.The Montreal Artists Legal Clinic (CJAM) is a non for profit organisation dedicated to offering... {read more}



Is Arts & Culture an Ally of Poor People?

Emmanuelle Jacques (Montréal)
January 18, 2014
The first Mile End Art Map (MEAM) was made in 2007 by artist-run centre articule, in order to highlight and promote the diversity and vitality of the neighborhood, especially in terms of its independent arts and cultural spaces. Since then, Mile End has become an essential touristic attraction and a haven... {read more}


Soupe Souper Supper!

Soupe Souper Supper!

Morgan Sea (Montréal)
December 05, 2013
Everywhere you look these days, there are super-heroes to be found, on the tv, in the movie theatres, in comic books… everywhere! But have you ever thought to yourself, ‘what is this superhero stuff really all about?’ Like many folks, you probably don’t have the time or humility to... {read more}


Montréal Monochrome?

Montréal Monochrome?

Pierre Beaudoin (Montréal) Charmaine Nelson, Ph.D (Montréal) Karen Tam (Montréal)
May 24, 2013
From immigration has emerged greater diversity, and from this diversity were formed new identities. This has made Montreal among the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada, a rhizomatic city ceaselessly encountering other cultures within an ever changing globalized world.Montreal’s municipal... {read more}


Choose your own adventure

Choose your own adventure

March 09, 2013
Art practitioners and theorists discuss the career avenues open to a young artist, the players that influence his or her choices and the process of locating and assuming the artist's role in contemporary Canadian society.Panelists : Samuel Garrigó Meza, Aj Korkidakis, Rio Mitchell, Candace Moers,... {read more}



Soup & the sweet science of bruising

Samuel Garrigó Meza
February 21, 2013
  Boxing, cruelest of sports, organized hurt, anachronistic spectacle of ritualized brutality, is scrutinized and appraised in a 12 round slide presentation. Jack Johnson's crossing of the Colour Line in 1908, Muhammad Ali's opposition to the Vietnam War, Kim Duk-Koo's death in the... {read more}


Body and mind harmony: A Workshop on Movement

Body and mind harmony: A Workshop on Movement

Patricia Pérez
February 03, 2013
This two hours workshop seeks to introduce artists from all disciplines to a series of movements, sequences and exercises to prepare the body and the mind for the process of exploration, creation, production and post-production. Whether it is for the visual arts, literature, performance, music or theatre... {read more}


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