Release of Art/iculation magazine special issue: The Art of Healing

Event

Kafein, 1429 rue Bishop, Montreal, QC, CA

Come de-stress and revitalize with Art/iculation! Pick up a free print copy of our "Art of Healing" issue, check out web-exclusive content, and enjoy an open mic showcase, a selection of arts-based activities, some signature Kafein drinks, and a DJ set by Wally!

See the Facebook event here.

This issue features artworks, essays, interviews, comics, stories, poetry, and more, by:

  • Yemisi Adeleye
  • Julie Boisvert
  • Zaynab Bourezza
  • Vivardy Boursiquot
  • Alexis Bulman
  • Marcia Burnier
  • Zahraa Chorghay
  • Shanly Dixon
  • Pamela Fillion
  • Raquel Shanice Griffith
  • Laurence Guysinger
  • Claudia Janampa Huamán
  • Cassie Jones
  • Lovestruck prints
  • Ana Mess
  • Sofia Misenheimer
  • Vincent Mousseau
  • Jess Murwin
  • Farha Najah
  • Ponheath Nguon
  • Kacper Niburski
  • Martin Ostachowski
  • Lucile de Pesloüan
  • Sarah Mangle
  • Christina Marie Phelps
  • Olivia Ranger-Enns
  • Caleb Reed
  • Sloast
  • Vivek Shraya
  • Swarm
  • Aquil Virani
  • Florence Yee

This event is free and open to the public. If you have any questions, please contact info [at] articulationmagazine.com.

Accessibility

Please note that this venue is only accessible by a short flight of stairs. There are gender inclusive bathrooms on-site. We aim to create a safe space for all people to have fun and ask that you bring positive energy and respect both individual and spacial boundaries. Harassment of any kind is not welcome at this event.

About the magazine

Art/iculation is an interdisciplinary print and digital magazine that challenges mainstream notions of arts and culture, by spotlighting un(der)represented perspectives. It is produced on land that is the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The editorial team recognizes that it is not enough to acknowledge the keepers of this land, and encourages attendees to critically interrogate colonial histories and their present-day implications.

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