Short Films for Short Attention Spans
by Sarah Bentivegna
If you’re anything like me, then sitting through a 90+ minute film without pause can be a bit difficult. I’m not proud to admit, but when it comes to films my attention span is remarkably short. Although I do love a good full length film, I’ve come…
A Conversation and a Coffee with Chloe
by Catherine LaRivière
Chloe Rowan is a student at McGill and a featured artist in the upcoming Fridge Door Gallery vernissage “process(ed)”. I sat down to talk with her about what it’s like to balance being an artist and a student, what kind of processes she goes through in making…
5 Reasons to Drop Everything and Run to Process(ed), the FDG Vernissage
by Brianne Chapelle
Made using Canva.
1. Support local artists- buy stickers from previous FDG artists (who will get 100% of the profit!!), buy student artwork, and generally provide some feel good vibes!
FDG Stickers on sale throughout the semester, profit going 100% to the artists.
2. It’s student run,…
Accidents as Process: FDG Artist Interview
by Jacqueline Hampshire
After being born in Holland, growing up in Switzerland and living in Lebanon, Usamah Khan found himself following in the footsteps of his father, attending McGill University and inheriting one of his old cameras. Having graduated from Civil Engineering in 2014, Usamah now lives and works in…
“Book Your Event Now!”: Cultural Commentary on The Modern Art Gallery
by Deanna Duxbury
Art Gallery of Southern Austrailia
I sipped my sparkling drink in silence, walking around the room between partygoers, with an odd sense of separation from the main event. Everyone was crowding and clapping and chatting with their free cocktails. I couldn’t help but feel I was noticing what…