Anishinaabe Oji-Cree Mother-Daughter Artist Duo Lara Kramer & Ida Baptiste Present Ji zoongde’eyaang, MAI – 22 OCTOBER – 19 NOVEMBER

Ji zoongde’eyaangby Lara Kramer & Ida Baptiste A collaborative mother-daughter exhibition where the Anishinaabe Oji-Cree artists bring forward their relational practices through generations to express and represent embodied experiences like memory, loss, and reclamation 22 OCT – 19 NOVMAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) Vernissage | Saturday, 22 October, 3 PM From Continue Reading

NEW EXHIBITION at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | Diane Arbus: Photographs 1956-1971

New exhibition Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956-1971 In fifteen short years, American photographer Diane Arbus produced some of the most compelling photographs of the twentieth century. Bringing together close to 100 gelatin silver prints, this exhibition is a testament to the artist’s distinctive, groundbreaking vision, as well as her often haunting Continue Reading

Visual Artist Daphne Boyer Showcases Métis Heritage in ‘Fa…que’ @ MAI

© Lina Samoukova EXHIBITION / VISUAL ARTS ‘Fa…que’by Daphne Boyer An exhibition that showcases her family’s Métis heritageand honours plants and animals as kin VernissageThursday, Sep. 8 @ 5 PMMAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) From September 8 to October 8, 2022, MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) presents ‘Fa…que’, an exhibition of recent works by Métis Continue Reading

Artist celebrates the beauty in schizophrenia, post-Covid return to life: The Fabulous Bestiary exhibition, August 30-September 30

Artist Alana Barrell‘s latest exhibition, The Fabulous Bestiary, is part of the Mental Health Ambassadors project; encouraging people with psychological challenges to further develop their artistic skills to work through disturbing emotions and move towards wellbeing. Post-Covid resumption of art classes reminds Barrell and all of us to live life to the Continue Reading