Sep 7, 2010
Portrait of the Lawyer Hugo Simons by Otto Dix.

Who's Degenerate now?

Margaret van Dijk
An exhibition of Otto Dix paintings in Montreal inspires comparisons between the condemnation of 'Degenerate Art' by Hitler and the attitude to art in the war-loving neo-con times in which we live.
Mar 11, 2010
Quebec film director and producer Marcel Simard.

Marcel Simard: A tragic loss for Quebec cinema

Marquise Lepage
This tribute to Quebec director and producer Marcel Simard, who was found dead on March 6, describes his passion for his art and his contributions to Canadian cinema.
Feb 2, 2010

The Olympics: An opportunity for media innovation?

Steve Anderson
Kat Braybrooke
Vivian Xudan Pan
Jacqueline Cusack McDonald
With new venues dedicated to citizen-produced art, ideas and journalism emerging in Vancouver and the city's active social justice scene, could the Olympics be more inclusive than other media events?
Feb 1, 2010

Nomadic Massive's hip hop gift to Haiti

Stefan Christoff
Hip hop group Nomadic Massive and Artists for Haiti perform in Montreal tonight to benefit long-term solidarity projects for earthquake victims.
Jan 21, 2010

Rafeef Ziadah: Storming the culture borders

Lauren Mohamed
Palestinian spoken word artist, Rafeef Ziadah, has launched her debut album of spoken word poetry which are influenced by Toronto's Caribbean dub poetry scene, and focus on storytelling and music.


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