Thursday, March 21

* Read the Rant Line™!
* Amira Shabhson’s Curio closes
* Léa Trudel’s Imago Mundi opens
* Howl! presents Detroit rapper Invincible! & A K U A
* John Porter screens his films at FIFA
* Sydney’s the Death Set play Divan Orange
* POMPe raises funds for Radical Queer Semaine

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From Léa Trudel’s Imago Mundi, at Galerie les Territoires

Read the Rant Line™!

Art Matters continues its week-long slate of finissages with the closing bash for Curio, Amira Shabhson’s collection of works about collection. Galerie Coatcheck (5180 Notre-Dame W.), 6–9 p.m., free

In her new exhibit Imago Mundi, Montreal interdisciplinary artist Léa Trudel, continue to indulge her cartographic tendencies by mapping and documenting a fictional day-to-day life. Galerie les Territoires, Belgo Building (372 Ste-Catherine W., #527), 6 p.m., free

Detroit rapper and activist Invincible! plays la Sala Rossa ℅ the Howl arts collective with local synth-soul artist A K U A opening the night. 4848 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $14

Toronto filmmaker John Porter is a lifelong devotee of Super 8, the vintage lo-fi film format. He’ll be screening a selection of his films, which often involve performance aspects, as a special event at arts film fest FIFA. Cinémathèque québécoise (335 de Maisonneuve E.), 9 p.m., $12.44

Australian-born, Brooklyn-raised art rockers the Death Set drop in to Divan Orange, with openers Rock Forest, le Monde Dans le Feu and DJ JP. 4234 St-Laurent, 9:30 p.m., $15

This week’s edition of alt-LGBT dance party POMPe raises money for Radical Queer Semaine, with DJs Turtillian, JNNBNNRCK and Like the Wolf plus performances by Hua Li and Judy Virago and your hostess Douche la Douche. Katacombes (1635 St-Laurent), 11 p.m., $5
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