• Stanley Février, Tara MacDougall, Dana Edmonds et Sandra Lamy en résidences d’artistes Jano Lapin dès le 1er juillet 2022

    La Galerie Jano Lapin est fière d’offrir, grâce à une subvention de Desjardins, des résidences artistiques de recherche-création d’une durée de 6 mois  afin de soutenir le parcours d’artistes en arts visuels ayant une pratique en art actuel.  Pour les résidence du 1 juillet au 31 décembre 2022, les artistes qui ont été sélectionnés sont […]

  • Chains & Crowns: Identity Through Hair

    Chains & Crowns: Identity Through Hair

    Chains & Crowns, an exhibit by photographer Stephane Alexis explores hairstyles and their connection to the Black community. Alexis took inspiration from the way the women in his life talked about their hair. Whether it was the money they were investing, how to achieve certain results or the difficulty that comes with maintaining certain styles.  […]

  • Kim-Sanh Châu Explores Asian Diaspora Through Dance and Rap

    Kim-Sanh Châu Explores Asian Diaspora Through Dance and Rap

    In Bleu Néon, Kim-Sanh Châu, 35, uses dance and song to navigate the fantasy of nostalgia, loss of language and sexual objectification – three themes that are widely experienced by Asian diasporic populations. The lights dim as Châu enters the small theatre at Montréal, arts interculturels (MAI). She stands in the center of a circle […]

  • The Climate Crisis Takes Centre Stage at the Centaur Theatre

    The Climate Crisis Takes Centre Stage at the Centaur Theatre

    Writing a play about extinction isn’t easy – not when the climate crisis is a widely discussed topic, and especially not during a pandemic.  Yet, Brooklyn-based playwright, Miranda Rose Hall still managed to write A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction. The show centres around main character Naomi as she retells the story […]