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Opening: Code : Body
Opening: Code : Body   |  11/02/2018 - 19:00



Co-presented between Studio XX and articule in the context of the HTMlles Festival, It is with great pleasure that articule invites you to the opening reception of the exhibition Code : Body by Lesya Nakoneczny (Montréal) and Laura Acosta + Santiago Tavera (Montréal).

Free and open to all.

articule's gallery is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp at the entrance of the building. The bathroom is partially accessible to persons using a wheelchair; please also note there is only one support bar.


Exhibitions       Code : Body | HTMlles Festival
The Novels of Elsgüer (Episode 3) - Live Despecho, Juan Waltero
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Aligning Anti-O Practice & Policies: a workshop
Aligning Anti-O Practice & Policies: a workshop  |  11/22/2018 - 18:30



Montréal Monochrome presents Anti-oppression in practice: aligning our basis of unity with every level of our work

Designed for the membership of articule, but open to all!

As a follow-up to the training on anti-oppression at the General Assembly of March 3, 2018, where our Basis of Unity was approved, this workshop will delve further into the application and integration of our Basis of Unity at every level of articule's work. Through small group-work, we will identify our current strengths and weaknesses as they relate to anti-oppression practices; we will evaluate our existing policies and structures; and we will create a collective work-plan that outlines future steps and processes that need to be put in place in order to fully integrate the Basis of Unity in every aspect of articule's work. This workshop is...
Discussion and Workshops       Anti-oppression in practice: Aligning our Basis of Unity with every level of our work

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image: Mona Sharma, Air India (detail), 2010

arrow_rightNarrative: how to use your powers in an ethical fashion with Mona Sharma and Afshin Matlabi
01/14/2012 - 16:00

This discussion will focus on Mona Sharma’s ongoing series The Loss and Reclamation of Faith, currently on exhibition at articule.  Mona Sharma and Afshin Matlabi will look at how the ability to transmit stories affects both artistic practice and daily life. They will examine research by other artists and the various narrative forms present in the work of Mona Sharma.The discussion will be held in English. French translation will be available upon request. Mona SharmaAs a Montrealer whose family emigrated from India in the early 80s, the duality of my cultural background has...  - Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion with Barry Doupé and Jessica MacCormack
03/18/2011 - 19:00

Discussion with Barry Doupé and Jessica MacCormack as part of the exhibition Whose Toes. Barry Doupé (b. Victoria, BC) is a filmmaker living in Vancouver. He holds a Bachelor of Media Arts Degree from Emily Carr University. His films have been screened throughout Canada and Internationally including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, New York, Lyon Contemporary Art Museum, Pleasure Dome, Toronto and the Tate Modern, London.   Working with animation, video, painting, drawing, installation and intervention, Jessica MacCormack's interdisciplinary...  - Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion with Martha Langford and Greg Staats
01/14/2011 - 19:00

Discussion with Martha Langford and Greg Staats as part of the exhibition Condolence. Greg Staats (b. Ohsweken, Ontario) is a photographer and video artist whose works combine language, mnemonics and the natural world. His work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Kitchener-Waterloo Arts Gallery, Walter Philips Gallery, Banff, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Mercer Union, Gallery TPW, Toronto. Group exhibitions include : Ottawa Art Gallery, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, the National Gallery of Canada and the Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art. Greg Staats is...  - Condolence | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion with Kristi Ropeleski and Edwin Janzen
11/14/2010 - 15:00

Discussion about the exhibition Blue Skies with Kristi Ropeleski and Edwin Janzen. Kristi Ropeleski is a Montreal based artist. Her paintings have been exhibited internationally over the span of the past 10 years in diverse venues such as The Philoctetes Center for the Study of the Imagination in New York city and at the Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art. She has studied at Dawson College, Concordia University and holds a Master's degree in Visual Arts from York University in Toronto. She is a member of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Dawson College and The Visual Arts Center. ...  - Blue Skies | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightArtist talk by Emily Hermant
09/19/2010 - 15:00

Artist talk by Emily Hermant as part of the exhibition Hesitations.   - Hesitations | Discussion and Workshops
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arrow_rightDiscussion with Caroline Dubois, Claudia Fancello, and Jacob Wren (PME-art)
05/02/2010 - 15:00

Discussion with Caroline Dubois, Claudia Fancello, and Jacob Wren of PME-art as part of the project HOSPITALITÉ 2 : peu à peu, une vue d’ensemble. Over the last ten years, PME-ART has presented its creations in Quebec, Canada, Europe, Japan and the United States.  Its recent works include THE TITLE IS THE QUESTION (Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery), HOSPITALITY 1: The Title Is Constantly Changing (Studio 303, Rhubarb! Festival and Centre Clark) and HOSPITALITY 3: Individualism Was A Mistake (Usine C, Harbourfront Centre, Perfect Performance Festival-Stockholm, Inkonst-...  - Discussion and Workshops
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