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Friday, May 29th 1:00 PM
Festival BD de Montréal/Montreal Comic Arts Festival
We're back at the Festival BD de Montréal, now also known as the Montreal Comic Arts Festival!
Here's our signing and programming schedule for the weekend:
FRIDAY MAY 29, 1 pm to 8 pm
6 pm to 7 pm: Panel discussion with Marc Bell, Julie Delporte, and Pascal Girard in Carrefour BD
Longtime D+Q translator Helge Dascher guides Marc Bell (Stroppy), Julie Delporte (Everywhere Antennas), and Pascal Girard (Petty Theft) in a lively discussion about how they tell stories.
7 pm to 8 pm: Marc Bell, Julie Delporte, and Pascal Girard sign at Librairie D+Q stand 39
SATURDAY MAY 30, 10 am to 6 pm
12 to 1 pm Seth signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
1 to 2 pm Marc Bell signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
2 to 3 pm Sylvie Rancourt and Diane Obomsawin sign at Librairie D+Q stand 39
3 to 4 pm Marc Bell and Pascal Girard sign at Librairie D+Q stand 39
3 to 4 pm Seth launches Palookaville 22 in Carrefour BD
4 to 5 pm Seth signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
9 to 11 pm Seth's Dominion screening in Carrefour BD
SUNDAY MAY 31, 10 am to 5 pm
12 to 2 pm Seth signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
2 to 3 pm Marc Bell signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
2:30 to 3 pm Sylvie Rancourt launches Melody: Story of a Nude Dancer in Carrefour BD
3 to 4 pm Sylvie Rancourt signs at Librairie D+Q stand 39
3 to 4 pm D+Q 25 panel discussion with Peggy Burns, Tom Devlin, and Chris Oliveros in Carrefour BD
Tuesday, June 2nd 6:00 PM
Sprout Out Loud workshop with Emily Rose Michaud
This June, SPROUT OUT LOUD! returns to Montreal to celebrate the Strawberry Moon and International Year of the Soils, facilitated by Emily Rose Michaud. Join us for the beginning of the planting season. Emily Rose will lead a visual talk and workshop on land-based art approaches that highlight soil in poetic terms. The evening will end with a hands-on planting outside. All are welcome! No reservations, just show up on time!
Suggested contribution of $10 to cover artist’s time and travel. There will be an informal seed exchange, so BYOS!
Sunday, June 7th 10:00 AM
Le magazine pour enfants Grilled Cheese lance son numéro d’été (bilingual event)
Notre prochaine matinée pour les enfants sera le lancement du magazine bilingue Grilled Cheese! Ce numéro estival a pour thème « le ciel ». L’équipe du magazine proposera aux enfants un atelier pour créer un papillon-sauteur, qui, une fois découpé et colorié, s’élance dans les airs avec un élastique!
Our next kids’ morning celebrates the summer issue launch of bilingual kids’ magazine Grilled Cheese! This issue is sky-themed. The magazine team will teach everyone how to make a butterfly that, with the help of an elastic, can actually fly!
Wednesday, June 10th 7:00 PM
The Bookmobile Book Launch
The event will feature a conversation between The Bookmobile Book editors Leila Pourtavaf and Onya Hogan-Finlay, along with contributors Anna Leventhal and Isabelle St. Amand.
The BOOKMOBILE Book brings to life the projet MOBILIVRE BOOKMOBILE project, an exhibition of artist books, zines and independent publications that traveled across the US and Canada from 2001-2005. Hosting workshops, artist talks and special events in various venues throughout North America, the Bookmobile collective also made connections with an amazing array of individuals, groups and organizations. This publication tells the tales of the making and of the doing, from the road and from the studio.
Wednesday, June 17th 7:00 PM
Amber Dawn, Morgan Page, Mark Ambrose Harris
Amber Dawn returns to Librairie Drawn & Quarterly to launch her new poetry collection Where the words end and my body begins, in which she delves deeper into the themes of trauma, memory, and unblushing sexuality that define her work.
Amber will be joined by award winning local authors Morgan M Page and Mark Ambrose Harris!
Thursday, June 18th 7:00 PM
Maisonneuve Launches Issue 56: TV We Hate!
Please join us to celebrate Maisonneuve’s Summer 2015 issue! This time it's all about the TV we hate (and sometimes hate to love), the shows that we could never stand, that didn't live up to their potential, or that overstayed their welcome.
The launch will be an opportunity to pick up the new issue, grab some refreshments, and hear what our contributors have written for the newest instalment of this National Magazine Award-winning publication.
And if you can’t make it, subscribe to Maisonneuve (http://maisonneuve.org/store/subscription/) and get the issue delivered straight to your door!