Wednesday, June 17

* Horst: Sixty Years and Still in Vogue screens at the McCord Museum
* Author/poet Amber Dawn book launch at Drawn & Quarterly
* The Infringement Festival screens A Brand New You
* Le Couleur plays a free show at the FrancoFolies fest
* KEN Mode brings Winterpeg heaviosity to Turbo Haus
* Heems (of Das Racist) plays Bar le Ritz PDB

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The McCord Museum screens the 1992 documentary Horst: Sixty Years and Still in Vogue in conjunction with the ongoing Horst photography exhibition. 690 Sherbrooke W., 6 p.m., free admission to museum after 5 p.m.

Award-winning author and poet Amber Dawn launches her new collection Where the Words End and My Body Begins at Drawn & Quarterly. There will be a reading by Dawn and special guests, namely local authors Morgan M. Page and Mark Ambrose Harris. 211 Bernard W., 7 p.m., free

Catch a screening of Toronto-produced sci-fi comedy A Brand New You, as part of the off-Fringe Infringement Festival at Café Republique, followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers. 1200 Peel, 8 p.m., $20 (includes a drink)

Montreal electro-pop act le Couleur play a free outdoor show at the FrancoFolies festival tonight. Clark & de Montigny, 9 p.m., free

Heavy Winnipeg act KEN Mode, a favourite of our columnist Johnson Cummins, is on tour in support of their new, Steve Albini-recorded LP Success, stopping in at Turbo Haus tonight with Philly’s Fight Amp and local acts the Great Sabatini (another Cummins fave) and Fashion Police. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 9 p.m.

Electro/funk/R&B bro Heems (from Das Racist) plays a show at Bar le Ritz PDB, touring in support of his record Eat Pray Thug. The opener is Montreal DJ RYAN Playground. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9:30 p.m., $15/$18
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