Here are our top picks for what you need to hear, see, and do in Montreal this month | Voici nos évènements choisis: ce dont vous avez besoin d’écouter, voir et faire à Montréal ce mois-ci
F Word invites you to come enjoy some feminist feelings at Le Depanneur through spoken word and performance art at their coffee house artist appreciation night. 11.03.2016
Studio XX is Montreal’s bilingual feminist artist-run centre for technological exploration, creation and critical reflection. They are currently accepting proposals for their 2016-2017 programming until 15.03.2016!
Not interested in submitting work? Studio XX will also be presenting a conversation with the artists Shaina Agbayani + Carolin Huang, Rah, and Leila Zelli. The young artists will talk about their recent work dealing with issues of identity, race, religion, and violence. 10.03.2016
This is the first exhibition of the Tangerine Dream Collective. Made up of artists Sarah Osborne, Joani Tremblay, and Elise Windsor, the group is inspired by flora, architecture, the world of art, and their status as women. 12.03.2016-13.04.2016
In his curatorial debut, Daniel Santiago Sáenz will stop to consider the body in an effort to “witness here the grotesque dimension of decaying, sexual, queer, tangible bodies not as sites of abjection but as bodies that matter”. 13.03.2016-24.03.2016
For a full schedule of Art Matters 2016 events, click here!
Slut Island is a Montreal based, queer, feminist, D.I.Y booking project. They currently have a call out open for their annual festival. Check it out! The last day to apply is 10.04.2016
Image via Tangerine Dream Collective