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February 2019

Space Concordia Info Session

February 3 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Hall Building, H-937, 1455 Blvd. de Maisonneuve, O
Montreal, Québec H3G 1M8 Canada
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Free

What if we told you that a student group is sending Concordia University to space, and we need your help. Space Concordia is our grassroots volunteer space program. We cover everything from legit rocket science to student events to industry networking to public art initiatives. We're especially looking for creators, event planners, fundraisers, and any dedicated folks who think space is rad and who just want to get there already. Don't think you have the stuff? Why not come find out more. It's hard work, but it's not impossible. Together we can reach the stars.

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Submission Callout: The Wasteland Exhibition

February 11 - March 5

The Concordia Photography Collective invites you to submit to our annual exhibition around the theme: The Waste Land. "For you know only A heap of broken images" -T.S. Eliot The title stems from the T .S. Eliot’s 434-line poem that was originally double in size and was reduced over time and editing, eliminating the excess. This exhibition is interested in photographic material that informs a practice or is created as a by-product of the process. Your submissions may take the form of commenting on the poem itself, interpreting themes of land, place, waste, and excess through a photographic image, or conceptualizing photographic materiality, material and waste in a variety of artistic mediums (sculptures, installations, painting, ceramics etc). This theme opens us to unrestricted capabilities of material deconstruction and the infinite complexities of visual poetics. All Concordia Undergraduate students considering the photographic medium in some way in their practice. TO SUBMIT: -Send us up to 5 .jpeg images -A short artist bio & -A 100-250 words project statement to concordiaphotography@gmail.com by MARCH 5th The exhibition will take place in late April / Early May at a location TBD. This project is juried by a committee of your peers. Students on the…

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Book Submissions: Darkslide V

February 13 - March 10

The Concordia Photography Collective invites you to submit individual images or series to the fifth edition of our annual publication "Darkslide". This year, the book carries a theme: Dust. At its core, Dust is, for all of us who work in photography, a perpetual source of frustration. Each of us is engaged in an ongoing struggle with those particles trapped between the analogue and digital realms which we all inhabit. Dust within the context of "Darkslide" is concerned with the psychological intent, concrete result, and the final resolution of the photographic process. Dust is about residue: about what we leave behind and what we are made of. It denotes a cycle of creation and destruction. The inevitable result of a process through which all things must pass. Dust comprises our world entirely, infinite and seemingly indistinguishable at a glance, much like photography in our era. We are bombarded day and night with images of the extraordinary, the bizarre, the shocking, and the everyday, the power of the individual image lost in the storm. But the right grain of sand traveling at high speed can, as these images we produce, cut through the din. TO SUBMIT: Email your photographs and a…

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Exhibition Submission Call: On a Scale of 1 to 10

February 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Galerie du Viaduc, 5806 Blvd St. Laurent
Montreal, Québec H2T 1T3 Canada
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*French will follow! Le Projet FEAT Management in collaboration with The Concordia Photo Collective is proud to present “On a Scale of 1 to 10”. “On a Scale of 1 to 10” is a photography exhibit exploring this systemic and vernacular concept used for rating things, people, places, emotions and ideas. We are constantly confronted in providing a relatable worth to what we encounter or do in our lives. We are interested in revealing the different values and processes that make up this scale while questioning the implications and consequences of adopting such a socially implied abstract system of measurement. Through photography, we wish to portray an array of interpretations highlighting various ideas that lie behind a scale of 1 to 10. Artists Guillaume Saur Le Massi Mico Gonzorifico Mazza Enrique Chan Joanni Grenier Emilie Buysse + Emilie Hould Philip Mercier Josh Jensen Sandy Lebrun Paras Vijan * Exhibit will run from February 20th to 24th! * Vernissage Feb. 21st from 6pm-10pm Le Projet FEAT Management en collaboration avec La Collective de Photographie de Concordia est fier de vous présenter “On a Scale of 1 to 10”. “On a Scale of 1 to 10” est une exposition de photos explorant…

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Exhibition Submission Call: On a Scale of 1 to 10

February 20 @ 10:00 am - February 23 @ 5:00 pm
Galerie du Viaduc, 5806 Blvd St. Laurent
Montreal, Québec H2T 1T3 Canada
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Free

*French will follow! Le Projet FEAT Management in collaboration with The Concordia Photo Collective is proud to present “On a Scale of 1 to 10”. “On a Scale of 1 to 10” is a photography exhibit exploring this systemic and vernacular concept used for rating things, people, places, emotions and ideas. We are constantly confronted in providing a relatable worth to what we encounter or do in our lives. We are interested in revealing the different values and processes that make up this scale while questioning the implications and consequences of adopting such a socially implied abstract system of measurement. Through photography, we wish to portray an array of interpretations highlighting various ideas that lie behind a scale of 1 to 10. Artists Guillaume Saur Le Massi Mico Gonzorifico Mazza Enrique Chan Joanni Grenier Emilie Buysse + Emilie Hould Philip Mercier Josh Jensen Sandy Lebrun Paras Vijan * Exhibit will run from February 20th to 24th! * Vernissage Feb. 21st from 6pm-10pm Le Projet FEAT Management en collaboration avec La Collective de Photographie de Concordia est fier de vous présenter “On a Scale of 1 to 10”. “On a Scale of 1 to 10” est une exposition de photos explorant…

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Phantasm

February 27 @ 8:00 pm - February 28 @ 1:00 am
4848 Saint Laurent, basement of La Sala Rossa
$6.00

"Phantasm" is an evening of dancing, music, and visual art featuring Montreal DJ's, A I O X and Dileta. Located at La Sotterenea (4848 Saint Laurent, basement of La Sala Rossa), the night will be filled live projections and video installations. The event is an exhibition fundraiser for Concordia class ARTX480 and is a wonderful way to promote Artx and gain more visibility as a program. It's also a great way to connect with artists and friends! For more details and to stay up to date, RSVP on Facebook. Date/Time: February 27, 2019 at 8 PM – 1 AM Cover: $6 at the door Featuring: //// DJs //// A I O X - (Live Set) - Techno Breakcore https://soundcloud.com/leonkrieg Dileta - (DJ Set) - Techno https://soundcloud.com/diletan //// VJs //// OnGaz - Live Projection Chi Unit - Video Mapping Installation OnGaz - Live Projection Chi Unit - Video Mapping Installation

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March 2019

Cinema Politica screening of DAWNLAND

March 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hall Building, H-110, 1455 Maisonneuve O.
Montreal,
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$5 – $15

In Maine, a historic investigation—the first government-sanctioned truth and reconciliation commission (TRC) in the United States—begins a bold journey. DAWNLAND follows the TRC to contemporary Wabanaki communities to witness intimate, sacred moments of truth-telling and healing. The film reveals the untold narrative of Indigenous child removal in the United States.

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Art Platforms: Never Was Average and Lez Spread The Word

March 21 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Fine Arts EV Building 1515 Ste. Catherine Ouest 3rd floor Room 003 635

These entrepreneurs have built independent platforms and opportunities for art distribution, community dialogue and autonomous cultural representations. This presentation is an opportunity to hear their experiences and ideas about contemporary art organizing within the context of community-based collaboration and infrastructures. Please join us for this conversation and co-presentation from Never Was Average founders Hanna Che and Harry Forbez as well as the founder of Lez Spread the Word, Florence Gagnon.

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April 2019

Conventions

April 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
gallery parfois, 4064 St Laurent Blvd
Montreal, Quebec h2w1y8 Canada
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Free

VERNISSAGE April 12th at Gallery Parfois, Doors open 6pm EXHIBIT OPEN April 13, 10am – 5pm Gallery Parfois: 4064 St Laurent Blvd. Artists: Laurène Smith Ana Maria Marcu Luigi Iagulli Maggie McCutcheon Join us for a night of photography, drinks, and food. BYOB. The exhibit is free and open to all. Conventions is a photography exhibit that considers gendered complexes. Our manner of identifying and acting exists in a dynamic relationship with man and womanhood––they align and conflict with a supposedly structured, psychological nature. Some expectations we expel, reinventing an empowered perspective, while others we feel trapped within, questioning what forces fix us to conventions. The numerous connotations of sex serve as a foundation for the photographic works exhibited. The recontextualization of gendered identities alludes not only to the structured complexes we interact with, but also to the intense complexity that is womanhood and manhood.

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Conventions

April 12 @ 6:00 pm - April 13 @ 5:00 pm
Gallery parfois, 4064 St Laurent Blvd
Montreal, Quebec h2w1y8
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Free

VERNISSAGE April 12th at Gallery Parfois, Doors open 6pm EXHIBIT OPEN April 13, 10am – 5pm Gallery Parfois: 4064 St Laurent Blvd. Artists: Laurène Smith Ana Maria Marcu Luigi Iagulli Maggie McCutcheon Join us for a night of photography, drinks, and food. BYOB. The exhibit is free and open to all. Conventions is a photography exhibit that considers gendered complexes. Our manner of identifying and acting exists in a dynamic relationship with man and womanhood––they align and conflict with a supposedly structured, psychological nature. Some expectations we expel, reinventing an empowered perspective, while others we feel trapped within, questioning what forces fix us to conventions. The numerous connotations of sex serve as a foundation for the photographic works exhibited. The recontextualization of gendered identities alludes not only to the structured complexes we interact with, but also to the intense complexity that is womanhood and manhood. Funded by FASA / Fine Arts Student Alliance

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