Sunday, March 29

* Last day of FIFA fest of films on art
* Zoé Duchesne’s Poupée exhibit & performance
* Cabane à sucre at Atwater Market
* Sunday Night Beatwave Producer & Lyricist Showcase

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Zoé Duchesne and la Poupée
Today is the last day of FIFA, the International Festival of Films on Art, and there are dozens of films screening today at several venues around town. Have a look at the full schedule here, or don’t and just go see our pick at the Cinémathèque Québécoise: a double header beginning with the 2013 doc Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes (in English) followed by the French 2014 film Matisse et Picasso, la couleur et le dessin. 355 de Maisonneuve E., 6:30 p.m., $12.50/$10 for those 25 and under.

If you haven’t yet seen Zoé Duchesne’s Poupée exhibit at Arsenal, Sunday is the perfect day to go because the artist will be onsite with a performance planned for 3 p.m. Duchesne draws on her experience as an international fashion model to reflect on the various ways we commodify the body (sometimes even our own). Don’t miss David Briggs’s ongoing Prisms exhibit while you’re there! 2020 William, exhibit opens 10 a.m.–5 p.m. with performance at 3 p.m., $10/$8 students

Bring your appetite to the Atwater Market and be ready to sample some special maple-drenched delicacies from the barbecue. Follow the balloons to the outdoor pavilion serving up maple goodies from Nomade SO6, Satay Brothers and Fou de Chef. 138 Atwater, 11 a.m.–2 p.m., menu $3–$5

Check out some MC action in Ville St-Laurent with the first edition of the Sunday Night Beatwave Producer & Lyricist Showcase at the OFC Legacy Empowerment Centre. New beats and raps from the likes of Gloze, Vincent Pryce, Samantha Hinds, M’city Solo and more. 882 Decarie, 8 p.m., $5
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