Wednesday, March 20

* Youth Well Wasted closes at BBAM! Gallery
* Art three-way at Parisian Laundry
* Gerald Fox master class at FIFA
* Wen Wei Wang’s Seventh Sense
* Mélanie Demers’s Goodbye
* Boombox duo Javelin at Il Motore

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From Wen Wei Wang’s Seventh Sense, at Agora de la Danse
Celebrate your fleeting youth at the closing party for Youth Well Wasted, an Art Matters show curated by Lori Allison Noel that documents the extreme thrills of adolescence. The finissage will also feature performances by Boy Clothes and Katie Krawczyk. BBAM! Gallery (3255 St-Jacques), 6–9 p.m.

Parisian Laundry throws a three-way celebration tonight, welcoming two new exhibits (David Armstrong Six’s Brown Star Plus One and Jeannette Ehlers’ BLACK BULLETS), as well as launching the Three Known Points catalogue. 3550 St-Antoine W., 6 p.m., free

Arts documentarian Gerald Fox, subject of a retrospective tribute at arts film fest FIFA, gives a master class. Cinémathèque québécoise (335 de Maisonneuve E.), 6:30 p.m., $12.44

Meanwhile, at Agora de la danse, Vancouver choreographer Wen Wei Wang opens a four-day run of his latest piece, Seventh Sense. 840 Cherrier, 8 p.m., $24–$32

It’s opening night for Montreal choreographer Mélanie Demers’s latest work, Goodbye, a piece exploring the theme of individual responsibility. Usine C (1345 Lalonde), 9 p.m., $10–$14

From NYC via Providence, Javelin transmit their mixed-genre sounds with FM radio and piles of colourfully painted boomboxes (“boombaatas”). It’s a novel show and a cool sound, with Raleigh Moncrief and guests opening. Il Motore (179 Jean-Talon W.), 10 p.m., $7
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