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English Events

May 2015



Fetsival of Anarchy Schedule and Anarchy in the streets;

Citizens in action free public conférence on big pharma industry;

No Masters! No Gods! Dare to dream book launch;

Stop Deportations of Haitians and Zimbabweans weekly vigil;

Friday's Vigil against the occupation of the Palestine;

Night Demo Commemoration Nakba/Catastrophe palestinienne de 1948;

2015 Qouleur Festival Picture;

Art and Anarchy, the exhibits;

Demonstration: Stop Deportations!;

Technical block (to contact us);


festival of Anarchy

May 1st – June 7th MONTREAL

The entire month of May (and part of June) is the Festival of Anarchy,

with diverse anarchist-themed events occurring at different venues all

over the island of Montreal. The Festival of Anarchy is organized as part

of the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair (May 23-24, 2015) and is the

largest anarchist event in North America.

-> More detailed information HERE:


a) All month: Anarchy In the Streets!

May 13:

"No Masters! No Gods! Dare to dream" Book Launch

May 17:

"Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance" Film screening series

May 19:

Activist Legal Support Mutual Aid Evening

May 19-20:

10th Annual International Anarchist Theatre Festival

May 22:

Glamarchist Lookfair: Queer Dance Party

MAY 22:

Anarchist Bookfair OPENING GATHERING/


MAY 23-24:


May 26:

Representing yourself in court: Workshop/Discussion

May 28:

Presentation: Resisting Capitalism, Borders & Global Apartheid

May 31:

Stop Deportations! Demonstration & Picnic


June 2:

Anti-Racist Soccer Montreal Music Concert

June 5-7:

2nd Annual Anti-Racist Soccer Tournament.


More detailed information HERE:


courriel / e-mail :


mail / poste :

Salon du livre Anarchiste de Montréal /

Montreal Anarchist Bookfair

1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, Suite 204

Montréal, Québec H3G 1N1.


-> web :

announcements list / liste d'annonces :


-> facebook:

twitter:  @BookfairAnarMTL



"Anarchy in the Streets" is a month-long open callout for

anti-oppressive street art in Montreal. 

The way to participate is:

i) get your art on the streets; ii) send us photos of your anti-authoritarian art relating

to resistance to capitalism, imperialism, patriarchy, heterosexism, transphobia,

ableism, racism, colonialism, statism and all other forms of oppression; in support

of mutual aid, solidarity, autonomy, feminism, grassroots resistance ;

or any other topic related to anarchism.

The photos you send us (or we find) will be displayed at the Montreal Art &

Anarchy exhibition. Send your photos or info to this secure e-mail account:

The callout is specifically for street art put up during the month of May.

Please send us photos of your beautiful creations (or creative destruction)

so we can share them! We encourage all mediums: stencil, wheat-pasted

poster, graffiti, spray-painted slogans, stickers, corporate advertising

subversions, and more!

If you have some ideas but are missing some people to go out with to feel

safe, or you want some tips about getting up your art, send us a private message!

You can get in touch with us via this secure e-mail account:

We encourage all participating artists to consult the following statements:


Anarchist Bookfair Principles:

Part of Art & Anarchy and the Festival of Anarchy.



citizens in Action, a non-profit, non-partisan, progressive group of concerned

citizens, dedicated to political, social & economic justice is honoured to present:

The imeasurable Influence of BigPharma

by guest-speaker Professor, writer & public speaker:

Jean-Claude St-Onge

Mr. St-Onge has written several books on the atrocities committed by Big Pharma.

In his latest book, «Tous fous,» he details how in the course of a few years,

Big Pharma has succeeded in converting life's simple worries and

ordinary unhappiness, into an array of mental illnesses, and as such

amenable to pharmacological treatment.

This undue influence is at the heart of a false epidemic of mental disorders,

that has given rise to over-diagnosis and overtreatment.

Come and find out more about this modern dilemma

and bring your friends too.

To be followed by a discussion period

Date: May 12, 2015

Place: Concordia's School of Community & Public Affairs,

basement 2149 Mackay,

(between Sherbrooke & de Maisonneuve)

metro Guy/Concordia

Time: 7.00 p.m. sharp

N. B. We usually meet second Tuesday of each month, to tackle

a different political issue, at Concordia University, same time, same place.

For further information, please call the founder & coordinator of the group,

Nadia Alexan, at tel. (514) 846-0644,

or e-mail:

(sponsored by Concordia’s Student Association (CSU).

Citizens in Action

An Alternative Globalization Organization

"Another World is Possible"

Together we can make a difference


book launch of Norman Nawrocki

No Masters! No Gods!

Dare to dream book launch

Organized by Norman Nawrocki

mercredi à 19:00 - 21:00


Casa del Popolo

4873 Boulevard Saint-Laurent,

Montréal H2T1R5

(en français en bas)

'No Masters! No Gods! Dare to dream' (Les Pages Noires, 2015) is a new edition

of Norman Nawrocki's long out of print classic collection of subversive thinking

and creativity. Tall tales, fiction, dreams, rhymes & rants for 21st century


Newly and wonderfully illustrated by Philtre. For the launch, Nawrocki will read

and pluck his looped / sampled violin, Philtre will hammer his bass, then

Anne-Marie will add drums as their band Crocodile plays.

"A lifetime of finding politics & poetry in the street & taking them back

there in revitalized form".

- Vancouver Province.


Nawrocki is the author of 12 books of poetry, short stories and a novel.

His last book was the novel 'CAZZAROLA! Anarchy, Romani, Love, Italy

(PM Press, 2013). An accomplished violinist and prolific composer, his last

album (his 24th since 1986) was 'Cazzarola!' – the musical soundtrack for

the novel.


Une nouvelle édition de sa grande collection épuisée de classiques sur la

pensée subversive et la créativité. Bobards, fiction, rêves, comptines et coups

de gueule pour les rebelles du 21e siècle.

Merveilleusement illustrée par Philtre.

Norman lira et arrachera son loop de violon échantillonné,

Philtre va marteler sa basse,

puis Anne-Marie ajoutera son drum aux pièces de leur band Crocodile.

"Une vie pour trouver la politique et la poésie dans la rue et de les

prendre là-bas sous forme revitalisée".

- Vancouver Province.


stop the deportation of Haitians and Zimbabweans!

Regularize ALL non-status people.

We live here, we work here, we're staying here!



Upcoming dates:

May 15, May 22, May 29.

3:30pm-6pm (attend when you can)

at the Complexe Guy-Favreau,

200 René Lévesque West

(between St-Urbain & Jeanne-Mance, métro Place-des-arts ou Place-d’Armes)

Welcome to all! Family-friendly.

People who are directly concerned, as well as allies,

are encouraged to participate.

Download the poster and flyers for the weekly demonstrations here:

Organized by the Non-Status Action Committee e-mail:

telephone: 514-383-8281



Public statement by Solidarity Across Borders on the possible deportation of

thousands of community members to Haiti & Zimbabwe;

we demand full and inclusive regularization of all migrants and an end

to deportations.

Read the full statement here:



Solidarité sans frontières:

Solidarity Across Borders:

Solidaridad sin fronteras



twitter: @SolidariteMTL

tél.: 438-933-7654



Fridays Vigil


Weekly Vigil Noon to 1 PM

End the occcupation !

Join PAJU and support the heroic resistance of the Palestinian People.

Become part of the longest-running protest vigil in Canadian history,

every Friday in front of in front of Indigo Books

on the north-west corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Mcgill College.


Friday, May, 15, 22 & 29, 2015.


Silent vigil in protest against the occupation.



corner of Ste-Catherine St. and Mcgill College.


Invite your freinds. We hope to see you there.

The Vigil Committe.


night demonstration to commemorate the "Nakba", 

the Palestinian catastrophe of 1948, the expulsion

of the Palestinian people in its land and the creation of Israël.

Montreal, Friday, May 15, 2015,

from 8 P.M. to midnight.

Bring your flags and your flashlights.

The demonstration will start at the Mont-Royal metro station.

The demonstration is organized by Palestinian and Jewish Unity (PAJU)


deadline May 15, 2015

2015 Qouleur Festival Picture

Picture This year's theme is "Rage & Love."

As queer and trans* people of colour, we often feel rage in the face

of different forms of oppression, and yet, love is what allows us to

transcend those oppressions, find community, and heal together.

We encourage artists of every discipline to explore this theme in whichever

way they want." If you are artist, sponsors, community organizers

we would love to hear about your suggestions, propositions, participations.

GUIDELINES * Visual Arts, Crafts, Installation Multimedia

* Stage based Performances


* Short film - Video (for screening)


* Workshops, Talks Panel discussions


Thank you to Kama La Mackerel et Tarek Lakhrissi (traduction),

Faraz (this year theme visual).


art & anarchy the exhibits



( (The exhibits below include the original descriptions in English or French.

Fully translated descriptions will be posted on our website shortly.)

Anarchie dans la rue / Anarchy In The Streets divers / various photos

"Anarchy in the Streets" is a month-long open callout for anti-oppressive street

art in Montreal. The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair will feature photos of the

stencils, wheat-pasted posters, graffiti, spray-painted slogans, stickers,

corporate advertising subversions and other creations on the streets

of Montreal during the month of May 2015.


Consensus Did Not Form Artivistic Collective neon

Neon signage originally produced as part of Artivistic's

Promiscuous Infrastructures project.

Artivistic is an art collective, working on themes and questions

"Beyond Critique".

Beehive Design Collective various posters, banners

The Beehive Design Collective is a wildly motivated, all-volunteer, activist

arts collective dedicated to "cross-pollinating the grassroots" by creating

collaborative, anti-copyright images for use as educational and organizing tools.

We work as word-to-image translators of complex global stories, shared

with us through conversations with affected communities.


La Nouvelle Croisade/The New Crusade Judith Brisson paintings

Artist Judith Brisson presents two recent paintings from her War Series

- a twelve year artistic/activist exploration of militarism, propaganda,

imperialism, and racism that have characterized the US and

Canadian war aggressions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

Judith Brisson is an educator and an MFA student at the Vermont College

of Fine Arts, a human rights defender and an independent multidisciplinary

artist who creates, site-specific installations around ideas of peace and

reconciliation. In recent years, Judith has attempted to bridge the gap

between art-making and activism through a variety of means - from furtive

practices, to sociallym- engaged visual works, to collaborations that engage

with others, whether artists or the general public, to generate new ideas

around creating peace.


Iraq Veterans Against the War -Ten Years of Fighting for Peace

and Justice Celebrate People's History print portfolio

Documenting 10 years of veterans organizing against U.S. military

imperialism. Coordinated by Justseeds Artist Cooperative along with

Booklyn Artists Alliance, Civilian-Solider Alliance, Iraq Veterans

Against the War, and Repetitive Press.


In celebration of Peter Collins Peter Collins /

Termite Collective live art visioning and radio recording session

Currently serving his 32nd year of a life sentence in Bath Penitentiary

(Bath, Ontario), Peter Collins is a frequent contributor to the Journal of

Prisoners on Prison (JPP) and Upping The Anti, a regular commentator

for Canadian Prison Radio shows, and a renowned and prolific political artist. Expected to live only months since his cancer has progressed, his friends

and family have requested that those who have been touched by his

contributions over the years to share their thoughts. The Termite Collective

is organizing a live art visioning and recording session as part of the

Montreal Anarchist Bookfair's Art and Anarchy Exhibit. We invite attendees

to come share their thoughts on Peter Collins' artwork.


The Termite Collective is a group of creative and concerned people who

want to expose the ever increasing repressive nature of prison through

writing, workshops, political parody, and criminal cabaret.


The People Demand, and other works Nidal El-Khairy poster reproductions

Art & Anarchy will again present paper and poster reproductions of selected

works of Palestinian artist Nidal El-Khairy.


Nidal is a Palestinian artist based in Amman, Jordan. He lived and organized

in Montreal for four years before moving back to the Middle East in 2006.

His art practice is based in disciplines and techniques such as drawing,

stencil, illustration, comics and muralism. His work has been featured in

art spaces and websites such as Electronic Intifada, in newspapers in Lebanon,

as well as on a Noam Chomsky book cover. He has participated in group shows

such as Artists Against the Israeli Occupation, in both Montreal and Tokyo,

as well at Caracas, Toronto, Oakland, Beirut and Amman.



Justseeds Artists' Cooperative various posters and prints

Justseeds Artists' Cooperative is a decentralized network of 24 artists committed

to making print and design work that reflects a radical social, environmental,

and political stance. With members working from the U.S., Canada, and

Mexico, Justseeds operates both as a unified collaboration of similarly

minded printmakers and as a loose collection of creative individuals with

unique viewpoints and working methods. We believe in the transformative power

of personal expression in concert with collective action. To this end, we

produce collective portfolios, contribute graphics to grassroots struggles for

justice, work collaboratively both in- and outside the co-op, build large

sculptural installations in galleries, and wheatpaste on the streets - all while

çoffering each other daily support as allies and friends.



Don't Let the Fuckers Get You Down Kevin Yuen Kit Lo /

LOKI poster diptych

A series of posters produced during the uprising in Ferguson, as a critique

of the liberal media, and in solidarity with the riots.

Kevin Lo is a graphic designer, educator and community organizer.

He runs the design studio LOKI, creating images that empower, engage,

and oppose.


Les oeuvres de Tournesol Plante

Tournesol Plante collage-peintures,

sculptures, peintures

Depuis plusieurs années, Tournesol a exposé son travail artistique au

Salon du livre anarchiste et vous présente cette année ses meilleures

oeuvres, et quelques nouveautés, ses peintures-collages.

Les oeuvres de Tournesol Plante sont fortement inspirées des

mouvements artistiques et politiquement contestataires tel

l'expressionnisme allemand, DadA, les situationnistes et l'esthétisme punk.


#DecolonizeFeminism Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment /

Demian DinéYazhi' print

#DecolonizeFeminism is a poster project initiated by R.I.S.E.:

Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment in 2014.

The poster series highlights Indigenous women as prominent figures in

the mainstream feminist movement, while appropriating images of Indigenous

women that have created a romanticized, sexualized, and stereotyped perspective

of the Indigenous body in post-colonial Native america. Lastly, it deconstructs

the flag of the U.S. and re-contextualizes it in a mock Native design.

The posters are inspired by "Indigenous Feminism Without Apology", written by

Indigenous Cherokee intellectual/warrior Andrea Smith. In the piece she

challenges the mainstream white, liberal feminist movement and posits what

the movement would look like if one were to re-center the movement around the

struggles of women of colour. The term's "No Wave", "Decolonize", and "Proto"

become terms of resistance to the various waves of feminism that postdate

hetero-patriarchal resistance enacted by Native matriarchal societies since 1492.


R.I.S.E. is a Native founded & operated artist/activist/warrior collective.

We are dedicated to the education & perseverance of Native art & culture.

R.I.S.E. is Demian DinéYazhi', Kaila Farrell-Smith, & Thomas GreyEyes.



Screenprinting for the revolution Sidetracks printing station, screenprints

Print the word! Bring a shirt, a patch, your denim vest, your agenda, cardboard,

stickers, banners etc. and print some images for yourself and/or upcoming demos

and actions. We will have a set of images ready for you to print yourself!

This printing station is presented by Sidetracks, and will be operational between

12pm-3pm on May 23 & 24 (outdoors, or the 3rd floor of CEDA in case of rain).


Sidetracks is a collective whose mandate is to make screenprinting accessible to

projects and organizations working for social change, especially those that work

around self-representation, self-expression, anti-racism and queer liberation.



Toxic Tour 2015 Swarm painting

Chemical Valley (located outside of Sarnia, Ontario) has the highest concentration

of petrochemical plants in the nation. The pollution from these plants

disproportionately affects members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation community.

Every year Aamjiwnaang & Sarnia Against Pipelines (ASAP) hosts Toxic Tours

to raise awareness of the chemical valley and the impacts of resource extraction

on their community. Aamjiwnaang is surrouned by 40% of Canada's

petrochemical industry, with refineries such as Suncor, Shell, DOW Chemicals,

and Lanxess as neighbours. This piece was originally live painted by Swarm f

or Nuit Blanche in collaboration and consultation with Aamjiwnaang &

Sarnia Against Pipelines. The goal of the piece is to promote the issue

and the Toxic Tour coming up in September 2015.

Swarm is a street artist who started in Toronto and is now currently

based in Montréal.



Enclosure, Contact, Carbon Bubble, Plan Nord David Whiteside acrylic,

chalk pastel, and china marker on paper


I repeat the image of a four-sided wall imposed on the landscape, enclosing a tree

or sometimes a smokestack, as a reflection on capitalist concepts of land

ownership and how it facilitates colonialism and the expansion of the global

industrial system.

About David Whiteside; I am a recovering fine artist. Painting and making prints

for non-commercial, non-professional reasons has become one of my acts

of resistance in a dehumanized, productivity-oriented society.



Ta blessure de flic photographie

Né pendant le Printemps2015, "Ta blessure de flic" se veut un projet d'art

collectif permettant aux personnes qui ont été blessées par les forces policières

de se réapproprier leurs corps en rendant visible les résultats de ce qu'elles

ont vécu. La consigne est simple : suite à un événement malheureux,

nous encourageons ceux et celles qui le désirent à nous envoyer une

photographie des traces de la violence qu'illes ont avec une

courte description du contexte.

Un titre est ajouté à la photographie et elle est publiée sur un tumblr et Facebook.

Lorsque c'était désiré, les ont aussi reçu un soutien moral ainsi

que le nom de différentes ressources qui pourraient leur venir en aide.

À ce jour, une soixantaine de personnes ont participé au projet.

Info :


L'UQAM c'est la grève Zola banner

This banner was made as a solidarity gesture and empowerment act for the

striking students at Université du Québec à Montréal facing heavy repressio

in the Spring of 2015.

Zola does street art on unceded Kanienkéhá:ka and Anishinabe territories.

Her work focuses around the iconic character of the masked protester as

a romantic allegory for anti-oppressive politics.




courriel / e-mail :


demonstration: Stop Deportations!

Organized by Solidarity City



MAY 31, 2015, 2pm

location to be confirmed



SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2015, 2pm location to be confirmed

A child-friendly march. Bring your kids! Get in touch about any accessibility


We march together to demand an end to deportations and detentions,

and we denounce the double punishment of migrants with criminal records.

We demand Status for All, and organize for a "Solidarity City" for all residents

of Montreal. Read more about our demands here:

We also support Indigenous struggles and movements for self-determination.

Read our Statement of Support for Indigenous Struggles and Sovereignty


Land, freedom, self-determination, Canada is an illegal nation.

We live here! We work here! We're staying here!



We encourage Montreal-area organizations and groups to discuss and collectively sign this declaration:




VIDÉO: Les frontières canadiennes détruisent les familles:




INFO: 438-933-7654


Solidarité sans frontières:

Solidarity Across Borders:

Solidaridad sin fronteras:



twitter: @SolidariteMTL

tél.: 438-933-7654.


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