(à part)tenir: un festival d'arts QTBIPOC

(be)longing: a QTBIPOC arts festival

11-Août-2018 - 19-Août-2018
(be)longing is a by and for QTBIPOC arts festival bringing together inter-generational QTBIPOC communities from  tio’tia:ke/Montreal and beyond. Through (be)longing we want to create a temporary utopian space in which QTBIPOC communities can actively imagine a future where we can thrive in... {read more}


May 18 - June 30

Le Mile End s'articule: OLÉ!

Michael Martini + Callan Ponsford, Kaitlyn Ramsden, Tania Mujica-Mota + Marcela Angarita, Onyeka Igwe, Sheena Hoszko + Degane Sougal, arkadi lavoie lachapelle + Amber Berson, Cécilia Bracmort, Megan Mericle + Vivardy Boursiquot, Jacqueline van de Geer, Mirov, Mélanie Desourdy, mil + Christina Bosowec, WRD2KU + Tammy Forsythe + Jon Asencio + Randy Peters + Chloe Hart, Isabella Leone + Matisse A-M + Leyla Sutherland, Catherine Lejeune, Kathryn Delaney, Slut Island DJs + Frankie Teardrop, TS Ellise, Janette King
18-Mai-2018 - 30-Juin-2018
Le Mile End s’articule is a summer outdoor community arts festival, revolving this year around the theme of games, play, and sport! With the support of the Arrondissement du Plateau- Mont-Royal, this summer’s edition provides a schedule of activities over six weeks, and includes festivities in... {read more}



Montréal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City?

Khadija Baker, EMILIA-AMALIA, Naghmeh Sharifi, Shellie Zhang, Chloe Cavis-Haie, Artists' Bloc of the Immigrant Workers' Centre, wyïśya
03-Mai-2018 - 05-Mai-2018
Montreal Monochrome VI: Sanctuary City? May 3 - 5, 2018 articule (262 Fairmount Ouest) Free (voluntary donations welcome) Open to the public In January and August of 2017, the former mayor of “Montréal” Denis Coderre, declared: “Montreal is a ‘Sanctuary City... {read more}



Le Mile End s'articule: Walk the Alley

Atelier PocWoc, Sinz Bal, Krabe, Bagel Heureux, Maison B L C K M S S N, Tess Kuramoto & Lucas Larochelle, 3_3_4_7, Sumwut, J. Ellise Barbara, Iridaceae, Sof Silva, Sophia Borowska, Pandora Hobby, Floriane Davin, Ileana Hernandez, Cedar-Eve Peters
16-Juin-2017 - 17-Juin-2017
Le Mile End s’articule is articule’s annual summer outdoor community arts festival, held in the alley next to the centre, during the famous ROTATION! ROTATION! garage sale.    For this summer’s edition, with the support of the Arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal, the... {read more}



Montreal Monochrome V: Emergency Landing

Kalale Dalton-Lutale (Montreal), Cason Sharpe (Montreal), Phoebe Heintzman Hope (Montreal), Nènè Myriam Konaté (Montreal), Kaie Kellough (Montreal), Cedar-Eve Peters (Montreal), Isabella Weetaluktuk (Montreal), Camille Georgeson-Usher (Montreal)
06-Avril-2017 - 08-Avril-2017
  ( English version below )   Tiohtià:ke enwatónhnhá:ren ne 375 niiohserá:ke ionsakáhewe, ne kariwanóntha ne Emergency Landing.  Ki enwatonhnhá:ren ne Tioihtià:ke Otióhkwa ne 375 niiohserá:ke ionsakáhewe,... {read more}



Movie Night with Jamie Ross & Tina Carlisi

Jamie Ross (Montréal), Tina Carlisi (Montréal)
articule’s Movie Nights are a series of film screenings presented by members of the centre as a way to learn about their individual practices and to raise some funds for articule. All are welcome! As part of a screening of Holy Hell by Will Allen (2016), Jamie Ross and Tina Carlisi will share... {read more}



Movie Night with Ronald Rose-Antoinette

Ronald Rose-Antoinette (Montréal)
articule’s Movie Nights are a series of film screenings presented by members of the centre as a way to learn about their individual practices and to raise some funds for articule. All are welcome! Following the screening of Gohatto (Taboo), writer Ronald Rose-Antoinette will lead a conversation... {read more}



Unsettling Settlers of Catan

Golboo Amani (Toronto)
During the summer of 2016, SAVAC hosted a summer long residency, The Lie of the Land with artist Golboo Amani. The residency consisted of two social practice works that focused on breaking down the myths and fallacies of the colonial expansion and development that often shape the relationships settler... {read more}



Table Setting

cheyanne turions (Toronto)
Following articule’s Montréal Monochrome IV: Study Hall, members of the Fabulous Committee present Table Setting, a dinner conversation series seeking to create more spaces at articule for Indigenous and people of colour artists, educators, activists, and community members to speak with each... {read more}



The Family Night Series

27-Octobre-2016 - 29-Octobre-2016
This fall, articule presents a special three-day series of events that features BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) perspectives: dinner conversation, game and movie nights! In collaboration with the Black Students' Network of McGill, Black Radical Imagination, Ethnocultural Art Histories... {read more}




Madelyne Beckles & Kaeten Bonli (Montreal), Eunice Bélidor (Montreal), Hera Chan (Montreal), Dominique Fontaine (Montreal), Hamilton Perambulatory Unit (HPU) (Hamilton), Indigenous Art Research Group (Montreal), Priya Jain (Montreal), Charmaine Nelson (Montreal), Lindsay Nixon (Montreal), POPOCO (Montreal), Ronald Rose-Antoinette (Montreal), Fatimah Tuggar (Toronto), Ayanna Dozier (Montreal)
21-Avril-2016 - 23-Avril-2016
MONTRÉAL MONOCHROME IV: STUDY HALL proposes an investigation into the intersection of art and pedagogy with an anti-colonial inflection. It offers a framework to explore how artistic modes of production can challenge conventional systems of education. The theme of this edition, “STUDY HALL... {read more}




Nantali Indongo, Mounia Benalil, Nadia Bunyan, Craig Commanda , Zab Maboungou, Winnie Superhova, Yassin "Narcy" Alsalman
Montreal Monochrome III: UN-DOING THE AUTHENTIC Saturday, May 2, 2015 10AM - 5PM Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Free entrance All are welcome but please register at or 514-842-9686 Join artist-run centre articule for the third edition of Montreal Monochrome... {read more}


contact articule

262 Fairmount O. 
Montréal, Québec 
H2V 2G3 Canada 

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