Welcome to Made au Québec, a site that follows the media covering the arts scene that lives and thrives between two cultures. Here, visitors will find an up-to-date survey of what’s hot in Anglo Quebec. Why Made au Québec, and why now? During the past two decades, an English-speaking arts community has begun to be visible in Quebec, with major international recognition from musicians such as Arcade Fire and Godspeed You! Black Emperor; writers such as Louise Penny, Rawi Hage and most recently Josip Novakovich; and young actors such as Jay Baruchel.
New faces are also popping up in visual arts, dance and theatre, as well as colonies of Anglo artists continue to thrive in the Eastern Townships, the Laurentians and other regions. This website offers a good place to begin discovering this diversity of Anglo creativity made au Québec. Made au Québec divides its cultural creativity into six major disciplines: dance, film & TV, music, theatre, writi...
Explore the latest media coverage of the province's English arts community
Montreal author Anna Leventhal has released a collection of short stories, praised by Cult MTL as “fearless” in its portraits of the city and its characters.
As the Gazette reports, two Montreal-based screenwriters are talking to Tinseltown – or at least to director Robert Emmerich has acquired the rights to a script by James A. Woods and Nicholas...
Montreal music blogger and writer Sean Michaels has released Us Conductors, his first novel, inspired by the creator of the theremin. He gives the Gazette a demonstration of the instrument.
Cult MTL says readers will be intrigued and challenged by the questions lurking in Montreal author Jacob Wren’s revent novel.
Explore the latest creativity from the province's English arts community
Author Madeline Thien reads from her book Dogs at the Perimeter for Rover Arts's Mot/town series.
Montreal musician Karneef presents his new video for the song "Swimming," directed by Montreal-based designer Renata Morales.
Montreal-based piano prodigy Daniel Clarke Bouchard impresses Ellen DeGeneres in a live performance on her show.
On his tour of northern Cree communities in Quebec, David Hodges recently shared this thoughtful and tuneful track from the Wemindji community, “Paint the Hills”.