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Our first Magazine edition of the year, January 2016, explores gender, music, dance and film, featuring interviews with Never Apart collaborators as diverse as Quebec painter Sylvain Tremblay, NYC-based DJ/label head Veronica Vasicka, dancer Andrew Tay, filmmaker Charlie David, and others.

La première édition de notre magazine, Janvier 2016, explore des sujets tels que les questions de genres, la musique, la danse et le cinéma et met en vedette des entrevues avec plusieurs collaborateurs variés de Never Apart, comme le peintre québécois Sylvain Tremblay, le DJ new-yorkais Veronicka Vasicka, le danseur Andre Tay et le cinéaste Charlie David.

NVA Equinox Q&A — Veronica Vasicka & Marie Davidson

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Following our first Equinox event back in September, we sat down with Veronica Vasicka and Marie Davidson to discuss reissues, aesthetics, the growing prevalence of women in techno, and more.

Interview — Sylvain Tremblay

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Sylvain Tremblay is a multi talented Montreal based painter celebrated internationally for his distinct practice. He will be premiering his “No Gender” exhibition in our galleries as the subject matter was the perfect fit with our programming. We talk with him about the importance of this series as we prepare for his exhibition.

Interview — Andrew Tay

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Andrew Tay is a Montreal based dancer and choreographer who has also participated in many of Never Apart’s artistic endeavours over the past few months since we started. We sit down and talk about his involvement with us and his other creative pursuits.

NVA Six Picks — Neuromodulation

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In the first of a series of new features from NVA, we invite both international artists and individuals in the local Montreal community to spend some time in our DJ Room & Vinyl Archive to get a feel for our collection.

Genderful Journey — Mikela Jay

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"I find it ironic that now at 50 years old, it is timely that I speak out again and hopefully connect with people born similar to myself, and possibly educate others that aren’t familiar with the term."

Sylvain Tremblay — No Gender

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It all started in Vietnam more than fifteen years ago when I accompanied an adoption agency on a visit to an orphanage. A baby referred to as a “hermaphrodite” was placed in my arms...

Interview — Charlie David

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Being famous for being famous is a phenomenon so ubiquitous that it’s almost no longer shocking. Canadian documentary filmmaker Charlie David explores the phenomenon of the chiseled gay males that are known as studlebrities – guys who seem to make a career out of having impressive audiences on social media.

Interview — Charlie Boudreau

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This year image+nation celebrated their 28th year programming another successful LGBT film festival here in Montreal. Never Apart was thrilled to participate by hosting their Queerment Quebec program in our theatre and hosting the after party. We are delighted to chat with the festival director Charlie Boudreau about this important festival.

They Came From Venus Q&A

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They Came From Venus looks at the last 20 years of The House of Venus art collective and how it shaped LGBT culture across Canada.