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Art, films, and hotdogs!

Online workshops from DeSerres:

Studio DeSerres Virtuel Workshops


From the McCord:

Visit the exhibition Hochelaga – Evolving Montreal at the McCord Stewart Museum until September 10, 2023.

Follow Joannie Lafrenière in Hochelaga! The photographer and film director tells us about her work and the Evolving Montreal commission.

(Photographer: Joannie Lafrenière; Videographer: Émilie B. Guérette):

Hochelaga as seen by Joannie Lafrenière - McCord Stewart Museum (


Also from the McCord - A glance at the Dress, Fashion and Textiles collection.

Bathing suits encapsulate some of the inherent contradictions in ideas about modesty and bodies. They are meant for public viewing, and yet for swimming they need only provide minimal body coverage. Changes in the fashionable bathing suit indicate changing ideas about the ultimate limits of revealing. Swimsuits of the late 1940s and 1950s took their inspiration from fashionable evening dress. Created from stiff and shimmering fabrics, and very form-fitting, some went so far as to mould the body with boned bodices. Many were strapless or had removable straps, ensuring an even suntan in an evening gown.

Bathing suit | McCord Museum (


Fantasia Film Festival - Thu, Jul 20, 2023 – Wed, Aug 9, 2023.


All about the food we eat:


National Hot-Dog Day:

There is a book! Raw Dog: The Naked Truth About Hot Dogs is part investigation into the cultural and culinary significance of hot dogs and part travelog documenting a cross-country road trip researching them as they're served today.



From the British Journal of Photography - For centuries, the yak and the Tibetan people have shared an inseparable bond. Kin Coedel tells the story of a nomadic community who stayed true to their traditions when China’s rapidly growing economy threatened Tibet’s way of life.

Kin Coedel's ode to Tibet's yak-yarn craft artists - 1854 Photography


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