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Grande 2019

18.03.2019

GRANDE Print Art Fair Montreal Printed Arts Festival April 13 – 14, 12h – 18h WIP (Work In Progress), 3487 St-Laurent (accessible), free admission Facebook Event The GRANDE Print Art Fair brings together more than 50 artists and organizations selling posters and printed art in the context of the Montreal Printed Arts Festival. Silkscreen prints, posters, letterpress, engravings, every form and every new trend in printed art will be on

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Le Divan Orange

16.03.2018

Le Divan Orange is a co-operative cultural space, opened in 2004 by a collective of people who had previously been involved in the co-op Café Utopique that operated in the 2000s on Ste-Catherine near Berri (now L’Escalier.) Occupying a large shoebox type ground floor that housed a few different bars since the 80s, prior to which it had been a retail location. The name was chosen from the orange divan

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Montreal literary DIALOGUES Featuring Catherine Kidd, Fortner Anderson, Kelly Nora Drukker, Jean-Luc Bonspiel and Natalie Thibault. In partnership with the Blue Metropolis Festival. $8.00 at the door, Le Divan Orange, 4234 St-Laurent, Tuesday, May 2 2017, 21h-00h. On Facebook. A literary dialogue between Montreal’s past and present, English and French. Poets read literary excerpts set in Montreal itself, from the 1800s to the present day, by a wide range of

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POSSIBLES merges art and civic engagement in the perspective of sustainable community development. Once a month throughout the year 2017, POSSIBLES will present the works of 12 artists from various art disciplines in collaboration with 12 creative partnerships in 12 unusual Montreal venues. Possibles 04 will present a new work by Shawn Cotton and Maude Nepveu-Villeneuve, printed by Les Créations de L’Abricot. Featuring readings and live printing! Free ! Thursday

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Saturday November 14, 3 – 4 pm. Expozine Reading Room, 5035 Saint-Dominique. Free admission. Facebook event ! Based in Berlin, Swedish-French artist duo Anna Hellsgård and Christian Gfeller have been working together since 2001, creating paintings, prints, zines and artists’ books, cementing their reputation as master silkscreeners and innovators of the medium with every new project. Through the years, their desire to never repeat themselves and to create innovative and

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DIGITAL EXPOZINE event: E-books and e-lending for authors and small publishers. Free admission. Tuesday October 27, 6 – 8 p.m., Atwater Library Auditorium, 1200 Atwater Ave. This fall, the people behind the huge Expozine small press fair bring you: DIGITAL EXPOZINE, a series of events exploring the world of digital publishing as it relates to authors and small publishers. This event will cover the creation of e-books and the opportunities

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ARCMTL is proud to be a part of the Contre-Culture : existenences et persistances conference.   Montreal’s davinci magazine, Counter-Culture and the Visual Arts 1975 / 2015 Saturday, October 17 at Artexte ( 2 Sainte-Catherine E., suite 301 ) From 15h à 16h: One Hour, One Book: davinci magazine (Montréal 1973-75) by Louis Rastelli, Director, Archive Montréal. From 16h – 17h: Round table: Counter-Culture and the Visual Arts, from 1975

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The Expozine Alternative Press Awards Gala will be held at Divan Orange, 4234 St-Laurent, on Friday, May 15 2015, 18h – 22h. Hosted by our illustrious Master of Ceremonies, Jean-Luc Bonspiel, followed by a free concert at 10 p.m. marking the 10th anniversary of Distroboto at Divan Orange, with : Cocobeurre, Nancypants, Nutsak. Click here for the Facebook event ! The finalists will be announced on the Expozine website shortly,

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BLUE METROPOLIS literary festival 20h-21h, Friday, April 24, 10 Sherbrooke E. (corner St-Laurent), PETIT SALON MONTREAL 1975 / 2015, A DIFFERENT IMAGINARY Round-table discussion featuring Bryan Demchinsky, Endre Farkas, Anna Leventhal and Ralph Elawani. Click here for the Facebook event. Local small press promoters and archivists ARCMTL / Expozine present a reading and discussion exploring two Montreals: the city that local writers wrote about in 1975 and the entirely new

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