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  1. Wearing our Identity

    05 Apr 2018

    by Emma Renaud How much do the clothes you wear reflect your identity? Reflect where you come from? Clothes have always been around and each culture has its own and unique wardrobe. Wherever you come from, there’s always going to be the clothes that tell an entire story from the past, allowing…


  2. FOFA Gallery - The Material Turn

    22 Mar 2018

    by Emma Renaud Located on Sainte-Catherine Street, Concordia’s Sir George Williams Campus offers four fine arts galleries - one of them being the FOFA Gallery. The FOFA Gallery is an exhibition and research space displaying activities and projects from Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts. Between Black Mirror and ExMachina, we live in a…


  3. When Art Meets Technology - iLLUMiNART 2018

    27 Feb 2018

    by Emma Renaud Montreal… Where else in the world would there be an outdoor festival in the middle of winter? Even though it’s been slowly getting warmer these days, winter is still here and going out for a stroll isn’t exactly the ideal thing to do yet. Although within just…


  4. Listening to Leonard Cohen: Part I

    14 Feb 2018

    by Emma Renaud “There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in” - Leonard Cohen After hearing so much about the Leonard Cohen exhibition, fellow FDG writer Mariah Lamont-Lennox and I decided to go see what it was all about. You can read Mariah’s article coming out tomorrow…


  5. Is there still a limit between the worlds of fashion and art?

    30 Jan 2018

    by Emma Renaud Today, we live in a world where anything and everything can be considered art. The limits of human (or nature)’s creation are non-existent and no boundaries can be imposed on creativity. As soon as the art community acknowledged Marcel Duchamp’s ready-made Fontaine, a whole new world of…


  6. Aren’t Aquariums Museums?

    18 Jan 2018

    by Emma Renaud Not too long ago, I went to Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto. Even though I’m not five years old anymore, I find aquariums oddly exciting. People, no matter what age, all seem happy, there are bright colours everywhere, and of course, a selection of sea creatures that are…


  7. How well do you know your neighbourhood?

    22 Nov 2017

    by Emma Renaud It’s my third year here in Montréal and as time passes, I am realizing just how vibrant the city’s history is. We all know of neighbourhoods such as the McGill Ghetto, the Plateau, the Vieux-Port, etc. But how well do you know the past of all those little


  8. Interview with Claudia Faria-Ritelli

    08 Nov 2017

    by Emma Renaud Meet Claudia Faria-Ritelli, a Montréal-born artist. Before moving to São Paulo, Claudia was schooled at F.A.C.E.: a charming, one-of-a-kind school of the arts. She is currently an art student in Montréal, and her work presents a world full of creativity. Her paintings, drawings and collages all have a mesmerizing touch, just like her…


  9. Meet the 2017/18 Editorial Board!

    16 Oct 2017

    compiled by Aimée Tian and Kennedy Rooke Hi FDG enthusiasts! Following the overwhelming love and support we received last year, we’re back again with another year of exciting content. Get ready to meet our new Editorial Board for the 2017-2018 school year! We can’t wait to get started with writing about our favourite things…


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