Tuesday, April 28

* Oubliées ou Disparues group art show opens at Maison de la Culture Frontenac
* Jimi Hendrix documentary Hear My Train a Comin’ screens at le Bleury
* Emma Frank album launch at Resonance
* Hip Hop Trivia night at Blue Dog
* Prince Mychkine and la Dauphine play O Patro Vys

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Emma Frank
As part of the Printemps Autochtone d’Art, group exhibition Oubliées ou Disparues opens with a vernissage today, unveiling work by Sylvie Bernard, Diane Blacksmith, Mariette Manigoush, Nadia Myre and more. Maison de la Culture Frontenac (2550 Ontario E.), 5–7 p.m.

Le Bleury’s monthly music-film screening series Hot Butter presents the award-winning 2013 Jimi Hendrix documentary Hear My Train a Comin’. DJs Dan and Den provide the music before and after the screening. 2109 Bleury, 7 p.m., free

Montreal jazz singer Emma Frank and her band (feat. Isis Giraldo and Marc Beland) are launching her new album The People We’re Becoming at Resonance, with an opening set by Sam Shalabi and Anthony Seck. 5175A Parc, 68 p.m.

Blue Dog hosts the second Hip Hop Trivia night, a place to test your knowledge for a chance to win $100 cash AND a $50 bar tab, with an additional $50 tab going to the runner-up. Even better, the event is a fundraiser for Sun Youth. See the details here. 3958 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $5 or a canned good to compete

Let the atmospheric compositions of Prince Mychkine and la Dauphine seep in tonight, as the local singers/musicians play a double bill at O Patro Vys. 365 Mont-Royal E., 9 p.m., $10
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