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May 21, 2012

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The Sacred Clichés of a Montreal Artist

The Sacred Clichés of a Montreal Artist

Emmanuel Laflamme has been a core member of the ZOUCH creative community since the inception of our project. I caught up with him in a bar in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal in Montreal

Art, Art Shouts
Still from film Mesnak, kfilms amerique

MESNAK, a first trilingual Aboriginal-made feature-length film, teaches us many things

There is a well-known song by Greenday called “Time of Your Life” (1998). This is the kind of experience I had on the 17th of February at the Montreal premiere of the aboriginal-made film Mesnak, directed and developed in Québec by playwright Yves Sioui Durand, a Huron from Wendake just outside Québec City.

Film, Reviews
Performance Art Québec to Belfast

Performance Art, Cultural Activism and Politics: Québec to Belfast

Québec City has a vibrant history of performance art and live arts that extends back to the early work of collectives run by artists.

Art, Art News
Repurposed in Canada

Marc Adornato: An Artist Repurposed in Canada

Thus was the beginning to my whirlwind introduction to the ravishing splendor of Marc Adornato, Canada’s newest sensation.

Art, Artists, Interviews
Incendies, another triumph for Quebec film

Incendies, another triumph for Quebec film

Justin Ludwig reviews Incendies and the Quebec film scene.

Film, Reviews
The Sacred Clichés of a Montreal Artist

The Sacred Clichés of a Montreal Artist

Emmanuel Laflamme has been a core member of the ZOUCH creative community since the inception of our project. I caught up with him in a bar in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal in Montreal

Art, Art Shouts
Still from film Mesnak, kfilms amerique

MESNAK, a first trilingual Aboriginal-made feature-length film, teaches us many things

There is a well-known song by Greenday called “Time of Your Life” (1998). This is the kind of experience I had on the 17th of February at the Montreal premiere of the aboriginal-made film Mesnak, directed and developed in Québec by playwright Yves Sioui Durand, a Huron from Wendake just outside Québec City.

Film, Reviews
Performance Art Québec to Belfast

Performance Art, Cultural Activism and Politics: Québec to Belfast

Québec City has a vibrant history of performance art and live arts that extends back to the early work of collectives run by artists.

Art, Art News
Repurposed in Canada

Marc Adornato: An Artist Repurposed in Canada

Thus was the beginning to my whirlwind introduction to the ravishing splendor of Marc Adornato, Canada’s newest sensation.

Art, Artists, Interviews
Incendies, another triumph for Quebec film

Incendies, another triumph for Quebec film

Justin Ludwig reviews Incendies and the Quebec film scene.

Film, Reviews

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