Special Projects

Contemporary Poetics of Trans People of Colour

Star Amerasu (États-Unis), Christopher Soto aka Loma (États-Unis)
Co-presented by QPIRG-McGill, Contemporary Poetics of Trans People of Colour is a series featuring workshops, performances, readings and conversations between Christopher Soto (aka Loma) and Star Amerasu (United States). 2 PM Trauma Through Performance: Exploring Ways to Turn Trauma into Artistic... {read more}


Bermuda Triangle, Lillian Glesinger

Participatory Photography Workshop Series with The Sexual Assault Resource Centre at Concordia University

26-Janvier-2016 - 31-Mars-2016
  Online Exhibition: January 26 - March 31, 2016  Finissage: Thursday, March 10th 5-7 PM  Location: EV Lobby, 1515 St. Catherine W. Initiated by the Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) at Concordia University and coordinated by Jay Bossé, this participatory photography... {read more}



The Other Film Festival (OFF)

Ja’Tovia Gary (US) | Cauleen Smith (US) | Lauren Kelley (US) | Ephraim Asili (US) | Terence Nance (US) | Sahej Rahal (Inde) | Kush Badhwar (Inde) | Tala Madani (Iran/US) | Payal Kapadia (Inde) | Anjana Kothamachu (Indonésie) , | Chulayarnnon Siriphol (Thailande) | Laleh Khorramian (US)
27-Novembre-2015 - 28-Novembre-2015
This year, articule is pleased to present two evenings of short films by artists of colour from the international community. Titled The Other Film Festival, this special programme brings together our annual screening of Monitor from SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) in Toronto with the Black Radical... {read more}



VIVA! Art Action 2015

Emilie Monnet (Montréal), Sandra Johnston (Irlande du Nord)
07-Octobre-2015 - 10-Octobre-2015
As part of the fifth edition of VIVA! Art Action, articule presents performances by Emilie Monnet and Sandra Johnston at the Ateliers Jean-Brillant. The events will highlight the work of these artists of different generations and origins yet who share an interest in working on memory. Based in Montreal... {read more}



Pinned Down (or how to keep hiding thousands of needles in a haystack)

Maria Ezcurra (Montréal)
Maria Ezcurra's project Pinned Down (or how to keep hiding thousands of needles in a haystack) is a collective action-installation articulated around a construction made of 100,000 needles and created in situ for this occasion. Joining Ezcurra in the performance, the public will be invited to... {read more}



Rural Glamor from a very Southern América

Anelys Wolf (Chili)
Doors open at 6:30 PM The presentation will start at 7 PM In Spanish with English translation Free entrance Wheelchair accessible In addition to her solo exhibition Rural Glamor, presented at Rats9 as part of this year's edition of the Qouleur Festival, Anelys Wolf will be giving a talk at... {read more}



Queer Montreal artists Jamie Ross & JJ Levine launch new books

Jamie Ross (Montréal), JJ Levine (Montréal)
Discussion with Johnny Forever (in English with French translation available as needed) at 7:30 PM. JJ Levine: Queer Portraits is a large photography monograph depicting one hundred portraits of Levine’s friends and family in Montreal, taken over the past 9 years.  Switch is a 2009... {read more}



INTERVALS: Krakow meets Montréal

Justyna Gorowska (Poland), Michelle Lacombe (Montréal), Devora Neumark (Montréal), Marta Ostajewska (Poland)
This autumn, articule will join RiAP 2014 en circulation in presenting a performance art event that brings Polish and Montréal-based artists together. Justyna Gorowska, Michelle Lacombe, Devora Neumark, and Marta Ostajewska will explore modes of expression through the body, time, space,... {read more}



Everyday Cooking, Cooking Every Day

Zoë Chan (Montréal), Mark Clintberg (Montréal)
12-Août-2014 - 26-Août-2014
Everyday Cooking, Cooking Every Day is an investigation into the parallels between curatorial, artistic, and gastronomic practice, bringing together colleagues and friends Zoë Chan and Mark Clintberg. This two-week residency will combine discussion, poster making, blogging, grocery shopping, and meal-... {read more}


Contre la Charte des valeurs québécoises

Against the Quebec Charter of Values

14-Mars-2014 - 27-Juin-2014
In response to the increase of racist violence in Quebec following the calculated launch in 2013 of the nationalist government’s Charter of Quebec Values (Bill 60), an anti-racist feminist collective produced a series of typographic posters, which are copyright free and available online to print and... {read more}


Monitor 9

Monitor 9 : New South Asian Short Film and Video

articule is proud to collaborate for a third year with SAVAC to screen Monitor 9: New South Asian Short Film and Video. The Monitor series is an annual short film and video screening program that showcases new and innovative work by artists from Canada and internationally. Monitor 9 is a unique platform... {read more}


EM2.1 Projections de la Méditéranée

EM2.1 Screening the Mediterranean

Geith Al-Amine (Liban), Mohammad Shawky (Égypte), Audrey Ginestet (France)
In collaboration with EcransMed, articule is proud to present EM2.1: Screenings from the Mediterranean, a video programme comprinsing works by artists Gheith Al Amine, Mohammad Shawky, and Audrey Ginestet.   EcransMed is an annual short film festival featuring recently produced films from the... {read more}


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