Latest in Visual Arts
We spoke to Montreal ceramics artist and illustrator Salina Ladha about the particular joys of her craft
We spoke to the artist (known as “Mr. Sign” in his successful entrepreneurial endeavour) about the show coming to Mainline Gallery this weekend.
Phi Centre's Particles of Existence allows visitors to fly through the cosmos, meet an all-female militia group in Kurdistan and much more.
We spoke to artist Kevin Ledo about his largest work to date
A'shop founder Fluke uses innovative techniques to bring to life a new portrait homage to Major League Baseball's first black player Jackie Robinson during this year's MURAL Fest.
We documented some of the fine new work on display on the streets of Montreal.
The Haitian-born painter on finding a niche between the abstract and the real.
We spoke to the Montreal artist about her unusual path, and how it led to working with a world-renowned provocateur.
Latest in Stage
Our Culture Team checked out 10 ongoing productions at the Fringe.
Our Culture Team checked out six ongoing productions from the first week of the Fringe.
We spoke to the people behind Daughter Product about rebelling against the industry from the inside.
Recommendations from our theatre reporter and Fringe jury member
Montreal choreographer Daniel Léveillé on his new show Sadness Quartet, coming to Festival TransAmériques.
The Montreal comic launches a DVD/stream of his famous bilingual shows and riffs on the comedy scene in Paris.
We spoke to the festival organizers about getting more inclusive and diverse than ever for the 13th edition.
Latest in Books
We spoke to the husband of late cartoonist Geneviève Castrée about the children's book she didn't quite finish.
Mad Skills, a book by Montreal music journalist Ryan Diduck, recounts the creation and continuing influence of the Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
The team behind Hybrid Heaven talks Mark Zuckerberg, urban decay and the publishing game.
Cookbooks are like art books — people like to have a physical copy.
We spoke to author Claude Lalumière, a pillar of the Canadian fantastic literature scene, about his latest collection.
The new book Food Trucks, Cultural Identity and Social Justice: From Loncheras to Lobsta Love includes a chapter on Montreal.
We spoke to the British novelist about her latest work, Swing Time, ahead of her appearance in Montreal.
Guillaume Morissette's new novel is a gut-busting, gender-bending romp.
The anglo literary scene comes alive this fall as several Montrealers release books with both local and Canadian publishers.
Latest in Style
See the looks we captured at the big festival on the weekend.
Amid the proliferation of summer-festival uniforms, we found distinctive looks at the Parc Jean-Drapeau-adjacent grounds.
The Montreal designer of gender-free apparel tells us about the ambitious One Undone pop-up project.
An interview with the former Olympian who created the Gucci Ghost and became part of the luxury brand's fold.
Last weekend's animé conference had Palais des Congrès overflowing with costumed fans consumed by Japanese culture.
Witness the cuteness, the furriness, the skimpiness and the eye-popping accessories worn by party people at the EDM mega-fest.
Check out the great looks we captured at Parc Jean-Drapeau over the weekend.
We spoke to designer Sandra Chirico about bespoke corsetry ahead of her Pretty Waisted fashion/burlesque show.
Travis Taddeo and Jennifer Glasgow are among the 15 designers with new collections on the catwalk this week.