Starting a Family takes visitors into daily life of King's Wards, the women who immigrated to New-France as part of a program set up by Louis XIV in order to boost the nation's population by promoting family formation, marriage, and birth. The exhibit focuses on the meaning of starting a family in daily life. During summer season, from June 22 to September 7, the museum is open from 11a to 6p, Tuesday through Sunday. All visits are guided.
Hundred Waters is an indie rock troupe from Gainesville, Florida that interjects elements of art rock and avant-garde sensibilities into its songs to provide its music with a well-cultivated sonic demeanor. Founded in 2011, the band's heady sound takes inspiration from a wide variety of sources including Norwegian jazz, 1960s British art rock as well as New England folk.In August 2012, Hundred Waters became the first indie band to sign with the well known dubstep producer Skrillex's OWSLA record label.
Interpol has been one of the more interesting bands to track ever since it burst on the New York post-punk revival scene in the early 2000s. The group had humble beginnings in the NYC dive club circuit, but after two reputable LP releases coupled with the foursome's marketable look centered around a penchant for sharply tailored suits, the group achieved mainstream appeal and has grown into one of the biggest contemporary indie rock bands of its generation.
Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal, 1940-1960
Centre d'histoire de MontréalNovember 20, 2014 10:00 AM
335 place d'Youville
Montreal, QC H2Y 3T1
Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal provides visitors with insights during Montreal's turbulent 1940s-1960s, which left its cultural and political marks on the city. The exhibition comprises of archival material and unrevealed witness accounts of troubled times, all set in an imaginative recreation of early Montreal.
Rencontres Internationales Du Documentaire De Montréal (Ridm)
MontrealNovember 20, 2014
Rue Notre-Dame Est
Montreal, QC H2X 3L7
Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal, an annual celebration of documentary film making, is held at art theaters throughout the city. Most of the component films are in French, and recent programs have included many fascinating French-Haitian co-productions: Raoul Peck's Le profit et rien d'autre (Profit and Nothing Else) and El Chogui. The festival seeks to showcase Quebec documentaries above all else, and supplements its impressive program with debates, lectures and numerous other activities.