Tuesday, Sept. 1

* Multimedia dance performances at Arsenal
* Dance party with the Musikiosk at the Plateau’s Parc du Portugal
* Sophie Trudeau & Michaela Grill and Elizabeth Anka Vajagic & Steve Bates play Casa del Popolo
* Cinéma Urbain and Cinema Politica screen protest documentary Everyday Rebellion
* Résonance Café’s monthly poetry night
* Fundamentals DJ night at Salon Daomé

Take in an evening of special multimedia dance performances at Arsenal, with solo works presented by dancers Teoma Naccarato and Allison Nichol Longtin of the Tangente dance company (who incorporate elements of sound, light and video into their choreography), as well as an exhibition of photography from light painter Jeff Malo. 2020 William, 6–9 p.m., $10

Check out Parc du Portugal’s new wireless user-controlled speaker system, Musikiosk, at an open-air dance party where you can be the DJ by playing tracks on the PA straight from your phone. Bring your favourite tunes and your best dance moves! Corner St-Laurent & Marie-Anne, 7 p.m., free

The Suoni per il Popolo festival and CKUT present a night of experimental music at Casa del Popolo, featuring Sophie Trudeau (of Godspeed You! Black Emperor) and Michaela Grill (violin/effects and video), Elizabeth Anka Vajagic and Steve Bates (new improv guitar duo) and M-A Reinhardt (tapes & electronics). 4873 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $8

Cinéma Urbain, the outdoor screening series at the SAT, joins up with Cinema Politica to present the 2014 doc Everyday Rebellion, which visits groups around the world that engage in creative forms of non-violent civil disobedience to effect social change, including activists from Occupy, the Arab Spring movement, Spanish Indignados and Ukrainian topless protesters Femen. Peace Park (St-Laurent between René-Lévesque & Ste-Catherine), 9 p.m., free

The September edition of monthly poetry night Résonance Reading Series takes place tonight with selections from Danila Botha, Stephen Mayoff, Richard Rosenbaum and more. 5175A Parc, 9 p.m., free

If you’re looking for a dancefloor on a Tuesday, Salon Daomé’s Fundamentals is a good bet, with French DJ Leo Pol and locals Chicaiza and Adam Solomon. 141 Mont-Royal E., 10 p.m., $8/$5 before midnight w/ guest list