Tag: arts and culture

You’re invited to The Torah Studio

We all know those dinner parties. The ones where you enter the host’s home, gift them a kugel, leave your authentic self at the door, and then end up politely smiling at…

Reflecting on Friendship, Fusion, and Food with J-Rob

Founded by good friends J-Rob and Hoai-Nam Bui, Triple F Kitchen was created with the intent to explore and celebrate the founders’ respective cultures. Through the Museum of Jewish Montreal’s Microgrants for…

Finding treasure with Cesario Lavery

Avid treasure hunter, Cesario Lavery, discovered what may be his best find yet on a cold winter walk in Montreal. Passing by a Little Free Library, he opened it’s tiny door to…

Enter a bloody and blintzed world with Rebecca Turner

Chayka Moskovitch (Dalia Wolfson) has recently turned into a vampire and does not know what to do. Over a creepy klezmer score, by Zara Fox, Moscovitch divulges her comically vampiric tale to…

Celebrating five years of FENTSTER with Evan Tapper

From November 23 to February 22, 2017, FENTSTER exhibited Grine Kuzine by Evan Tapper, an artist working in animation, video, installation and performance. The installation at FENTSTER was a recreation of his…

Celebrating five years of FENTSTER with David Kaufman

From July to October 24, 2019, FENTSTER exhibited Gardens of Memory by architectural photographer and film/television producer, writer, and director, David Kaufman. The photograph displayed on the front window is of a…

Celebrating five years of FENTSTER with Lynne Heller

From November 12, 2018 to February 12, 2019, FENTSTER exhibited post-disciplinary artist, education, and academic Lynne Heller’s Suspended.  Heller’s revisited camp memories that further sparked a reflection into her mixed heritage. By…

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