Wednesday, Nov. 12

* Live art installation and party at SuWu
* Stephen Lewis keynote address on human rights at McGill
* Free City Radio zine launch
* Trentemøller and T.O.M. and His Computer at the Corona Theatre
* RIDM doc film fest launches with a free show feat. Suuns and Pif Paf Hangover

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Work by Zoltan Veevaete
Lower Main restobar SuWu is launching its newly customized bar, featuring an art installation by Zoltan Veevaete, with an event by Saintwoods and LNDMRK featuring music by Myfrienderic, WLYN and Planet Giza. 3581 St-Laurent, 5 p.m.

Canadian HIV-AIDS activist Stephen Lewis gives a keynote address at McGill University’s Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, discussing United Nations immunity vs. human rights. Chancellor Day Hall, Room 100, 3644 Peel, 5:307 p.m., free

Head to the Concordia Co-op Bookstore for the launch of the third installment of the Free City Radio zine, with original essays and interviews looking at the relationships between media practices and social movements. 2150 Bishop, 6:30–9 p.m., free

Join the dance party at the Corona, where electronic producer Anders Trentemøller will be playing, with fellow Danish act T.O.M. and His Computer. To enter a contest to win tickets to this show, click here. 2490 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $34

Celebrate the opening of the RIDM documentary film festival with a free concert by local bands Suuns and Pif Paf Hangover. Agora Hydro-Québec du Coeur des Sciences de L’UQAM (175 Président-Kennedy), 10 p.m., free
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