In a message to the Mc Gill community, Principal Suzanne Fortier said that Prof.Stubley “was critically acclaimed as both a scholar and an artist” and “will be greatly missed” in the Mc Gill, Montreal and international music communities of which she was such an important member. Stubley’s long-term commitment to the Yellow Door Choir, “which used the power of song to raise more than ,000 for social justice organizations dedicated to tackling such issues as homelessness, women and violence, and illiteracy.” Stubley was the community choir’s music director from 1998 to 2014. Stubley received many accolades, including winning the Prague Conservatory’s International Dvorak Competition and receiving the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. Stubley had multiple sclerosis, requiring the use of a wheelchair or forearm crutches, and her work tried to bridge what she called “the schism that has traditionally existed between the words used to describe and explain music and the experience of music in and through the body in performance.” One such project, a performance collaboration with sculptor Joël Prévost, asked “How are we touched as we listen?When we have sex more often, we get along really well.
“As Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, she demonstrated on a daily basis profound devotion and fierce advocacy for students, learning, and artistry.
It’s an old-school movie theatre that lets you drink wine and serves amazing popcorn while you soak up the latest Art-House screening on seats without those pesky arm rests to separate you.
The Bioscope is a unique exhibition space where on any night of the week, you’ll be able to find old art-house classics, discover small films from other parts of the world, or watch South African cinema past and present.
Thinking I'll probably need to take care of business on my own tonight if I'm going to have a chance at a better night's sleep.
So much for semiromantic plans of getting snuggly and enjoying fuzzy black-and-white video of our next child.