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, writing, and visual ar...
Explore the latest media coverage of the province's English arts community
Lederhosen Lucil, the alter-ego of Montreal musician Krista Muir, gives an entertaining description of the collaborative process behind the duo’s new album Guten Tag Gemini. The article ...
Montreal-based singer-songwriter Jennifer Gasoi has added a Grammy nomination to her already-impressive list of accomplishments. Her album Throw a Penny in the Wishing Well is up for Best...
My Prairie Home, the NFB-produced documentary about Montreal-based transgender musician Rae Spoon, will show at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the World Cinema Documentary Competition.
Trilingual musician Elisapie, whose Travelling Love won the Félix award for Anglophone Album of the Year, sits down with MusiMax for a chat.
Explore the latest creativity from the province's English arts community
New video from Montreal-based Young Galaxy for their single "Hard to Tell."
To accompany their new full-length, Freelove Fenner have released a music video featuring fellow Montreal musician JLK.
Click here to see the 16 paintings that are part of the City of Saints exhibit.
Montreal-based group Majical Cloudz released a new song, "Savage," which can be streamed over at Pitchfork (link below).