Jeanette Kelly works as the arts reporter at CBC Montreal. She's also the host of Cinq à Six, Quebec's Saturday afternoon culture show on CBC Radio One.
Latest from Jeanette Kelly
Jane Birkin sings Serge Gainsbourg with OSM
A quarter century after the death of French singer Serge Gainsbourg, his former partner and muse, Jane Birkin, sings a show of his best songs set to music for the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal.
Cité Mémoire: History comes alive in Old Montreal
Cité Mémoire's 20 large-scale video projections bring Montreal history to life on the walls, cobblestone and trees of Old Montreal. They're the latest creation of multimedia pioneers Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon.
Montreal director going to Cannes with short film
When François Jaros didn't get into Concordia's film program, he learned the ropes on his own. Since then, Jaros has directed two award-winning shorts and a third that's screening at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
Vimy Ridge cave carvings in Montreal 3D exhibit recall soldiers' lives underground
A new exhibition at The Royal Montreal Regiment Museum shows 3D images of carvings done by World War I soldiers who lived underground for weeks, rehearsing for battle - and carving mementos in their spare time.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts bets on art education
The MMFA says it's opening the largest educational complex in a North American art museum because it believes in the power of art and beauty as a healing force for contemporary society.
Infinitheatre's play Progress! celebrates the Royal Vic
For Montreal playwright Alyson Grant seeing her play Progress! performed in the former nurses’ lounge at the Royal Victoria Hospital is both thrilling and terribly à propos.
Beaver Hall Group makes Canadian art history at MMFA
A new exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts suggests we need to reconsider the importance of a group of Montreal painters working in the early 1920s.
Montreal Comiccon attracts comic-book artists, fans
Two comics writers and illustrators say Montreal is the go-to city in Canada for comics.
Artist Linda Covit on her MUHC-commissioned work, Havre
The Glen campus of the MUHC now houses one of the largest collections of public art in Quebec and it is anchored by a giant globe-like sculpture by Montreal artist Linda Covit.
Félix & Paul go to Sundance with new VR experience
Montreal virtual reality pioneers Félix & Paul Studios are turning heads with their latest VR experience, an 8-minute glipse of the life of nomadic yak herders in Mongolia now showing at Sundance.