First Thursdays is a monthly series that aims to showcase members of NDG’s vibrant creative community THIS MONTH'S ARTIST

Discover Local Artists

Every month, we feature local talents that are part of NDG’s artistic community

First Thursdays

Ben Douek

July 23rd, 2020|First Thursdays|0 Comments

First Thursdays Introduces: Ben Douek An Robot in a can is an environmentally friendly, accessible, & fun robotics kit for kids Who Is Ben Douek Ben Douek introduces Robot In A Can project–a small NDG start up creating accessible and profound STEAM learning experiences for youths. Ben Douek's Work Ben is currently the maker in residence at Concordia’s Milieux ...

Sophia Dacy-Cole

July 23rd, 2020|First Thursdays|0 Comments

First Thursdays Introduces: Sophia Dacy-Cole Learn about her current work on embodiment practices through sculpture and food. Who Is Sophia Dacy-Cole Sophia Dacy-Cole found her academic sea-legs in the activist scenes of Melbourne Australia. She moved to Montreal to pursue a 2-year artistic residency at the SenseLab, working at the intersection of affect philosophy, sculpture and activism. Sophia Dacy-Cole's Work ...

Julien Baslyk

July 23rd, 2020|First Thursdays|0 Comments

First Thursdays Introduces: Julien Baslyk Discover Julien’s art world Who Is Julien Baslyk Born and raised in Montreal. He began to create abstract, colorful artworks at a young age with his strong self-taught ability. He has studied at numerous institutions including Dawson college fine arts and will be graduating from Concordia University's fine arts program. Julien Baslyk's Work involved in many ...

Marc Bourgeois

May 28th, 2020|First Thursdays|0 Comments

First Thursdays Introduces: Marc Bourgeois Learn about the explosively colourful and dynamic photography of NDG's own Marc Bourgeois Who Is Marc Bourgeois Marc Bourgeois studied visual arts at UQAM and at University of Leeds (UK), and commercial photography at College Marsan in Montreal. His superimpositions of photographs blend human and abstract shapes to tackle such themes as identity, consciousness and distraction. Marc Bourgeois' ...