Tuesday, Feb. 5

* Cinema Politica talks reasonable accommodation
* Montreal Fashion Week, day 2
* Group show at VAV gallery
* Résonance Reading Series
* Oscar-nominated shorts at Parc
* Ty Segall, with openers K-Holes and Ex Cult

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Ty Segall

McGill’s Cinema Politica series presents Liberty, Equality, Accommodation, a doc on the “reasonable accommodation” debate here in Quebec. Director Stefan Nitoslawski and McGill religious studies prof Norman Cornett will be in the place for a discussion. Leacock 15 (855 Sherbrooke W.), 6 p.m., PWYC

VAV Gallery ushers in a new group exhibit, around the title-theme Departure//A Venture into the Allure Within the Ineffable. The show’s up until Feb. 13, but you can stop by the two-day vernissage tonight and tomorrow. 1395 Réné-Levesque, 6-9 p.m., free

Montreal Fashion Week continues, with new runway collections by Nisse and Symbiose for Target, Ralph Leroy’s 5th anniversary showing and Martin Lim’s new collection. L’Arsenal (2020 William), see schedule for deets, $15-20

Every night this week, Cinéma du Parc shows the full roster of Oscar-nominated short films, in live-action, documentary and animation categories, including local director Yan England’s Henry. 3575 Parc, 8:30 p.m., $11.50

Catch local writers reading at the Résonance Reading Series, the first edition of a new monthly event. This round, catch Emma Healey, Julie Mannell, Gavin Thomson and more. 5175A du Parc, 9 p.m.

Enigmatic and manically prolific Bay Area psych/glam/proto-punk rock ’n’ roll machine Ty Segall headlines at Cabaret du Mile End with K-Holes and Ex Cult. 5240 Parc, 9 p.m., $15/$20
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