The Théâtre Outremont and The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) are pleased to pursue their close collaboration with the screening series “L’Art en vues”. The Théâtre Outremont is offering, in June and July, the broadcast of three outstanding films from this year’s Festival. More infos.
Starting today discover the documentary entitled Mouffe, muse et mentore directed by Carmel Dumas. At the low price of $ 3.99, the film is available Thursday June 11, 2020, 11:59 p.m. to Tuesday June 16, 2020, 11:59 p.m.
A live conversation with Mouffe!
Monday June 15 at 4 p.m. Do not miss an exclusive meeting with Mouffe!
Animated by Marie-Claude Tremblay Belzile, responsible for Théâtre Outremont programming, the conversation will be streamed via L’Outremont’s social media.
FIFA promotes a selection of cultural activities to keep your mind active during this exceptional period. Stay tuned! They propose new ideas each week! This selection focuses on photography, painting and digital art.
AYANA V. JACKSON AND AFRICAN MYTHIC WOLRDS
You are invited to read the interview of the American photographer and filmmaker Ayana V. Jackson on Nuvomagazine website. Through her photographs, the artist re-creates colonial scenes using her own body for the scenes. She diverts the stereotypes of colonial Europeans images in order to highlight the layered identities of the African continent.
In this interview, Ayana V. Jackson talks about her exhibition, Take Me to the Water, in which she uses her own body to represent the mythic worlds of African folklore.
AVENUE B BY JACOLBY SATTERWHITE
Jacolby Satterwhite is a multidisciplinary artist bringing together such practices as vogueing, 3D animation,drawing, music and more. Most of his work explores his own body and queerness while incorporating his mother’s identity and schizophrenia.
In Avenue B, the artist bring us to a multichannel euphoria combining digital art, queer identities and Nigerian masquerade performances. During the 37th edition of the FIFA, an extended version of the film was presented as part of NOWNESS’ carte blanche.
The song titled “Second Time Around” is included on the album Love Will Find A Way Home: a concept record that uses recordings on cassette tape made by his mother. Her music was inspired mainly by American Southern Folk music.
20 AFRICAN AMERICAN MUST-SEE ARTISTS
Artsy.net website offers you a list of 20 living African American must-see artists.
While it is impossible to capture the full impact of black artists on art history, these artists have been selected by art historians and curators to cover different artistic disciplines such as photography, performance, painting and sculpture. Dive into the heart of the reflections of these must-see artists!