From Skawennati’s TimeTraveller™
The Aboriginal Art Research Group (AARG) hosts a panel discussion this evening on Aboriginal Territories in Digital Space. Among the panelists is multimedia artist Skawennati, whose work TimeTraveller™ was presented within the Montreal Biennale, and Morgan Kennedy, who helped create Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed III, whose protagonist is an Iroquois named Ratonhnhaké:ton. Concordia EV Building, Room 1.605, 6–8 p.m., free
The Cinémathèque presents Charlie Chaplin’s classic The Gold Rush with live musical accompaniment based on Chaplin’s original sheet-music score. 335 de Maisonneuve E., 6:30 p.m., $10/$9 students
If you’ve been curious about Montreal’s thriving swing scene, stop by Cat’s Corner tonight for the monthly Cat’s Club Dance: Fast Feet Jamboree featuring special performances, intro lesson for beginners and more advanced moves for those with a little practice. DJs Olivier Didur, Anaïs Sékiné and Jessyca Roy Landry will keep you on your toes all night. 3451 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $8
Epic-pop/electro-goth musician Zola Jesus is playing the Phi Centre tonight, with opener Deradoorian (ex-Dirty Projectors). Read more about Zola Jesus and what tonight’s show promises, here. 407 St-Pierre, 9 p.m., $21.25
Party in Chinatown to the beat of DJ Sexlife (Turbo/Obsession Recordings) and his Electro Boogie selections. Luwan (1050 Clark), 10 p.m.
See more art events (today, through the weekend and into next week) here.
See more party recommendations in our hip hop/etc column The Shine here.
See more concert recommendations in our punk/rock/metal/noise column Hammer of the Mods here.
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