Tuesday, Oct. 6

* Camping Deconstructed at Arsenal Gallery’s Cultural Tuesdays
* CKUT’s Free City Radio hosts a panel on gentrification, artists & activists at la Passe
* Fwonte EP launch at le Belmont
* Memory: Program #1 (10 short films) at Phi Centre
* Gaymer Zone hosts a game night at barcadeMTL
* A Place to Bury Strangers plays la Sala Rossa

A Place to Bury Strangers guitar

A Place to Bury Strangers live

Griffintown’s Arsenal Gallery invites architects Tudor Radulescu and Rami Bebawi (Kanva Architecture) to create an indoor link between people and nature with Camping Deconstructed for this week’s edition of Cultural Tuesdays. 2020 William, 6–9 p.m., free

Join CKUT’s Free City Radio for a panel discussion at la Passe on gentrification in Montreal and the role of artists as documentarians and/or activists in rapidly changing communities, featuring artist Freda Guttman, Concordia prof Ted Rutledge and graphic designer / illustrator Kevin Lo of Loki Design. 1214 de la Montagne, 6:30–9 p.m., free (donations appreciated)

Haitian-Montrealer Fwonte launches his new EP, Nowanga at le Belmont, with proceeds going to Haitian charity organization Kanpe. 4483 St-Laurent, 7–10 p.m., by donation

Head to the Phi Centre for Memory: Program #1, a one-night-only screening of 10 short films by Canadian and American fillmmakers including works by Cannes alumni Robert Eggers and Reflektor Tapes director Kahlil Joseph. 407 St-Pierre, 7 p.m., free

Queer friendly tech-squad Gaymer Zone hosts a game night at barcadeMTL featuring a Perfect Dark competition and dedicated Rock Band and Just Dance zones. 3695 Wellington, 9 p.m., free entry, donations appreciated.

Get a double dose of Brooklyn noise at la Sala Rossa, where A Place to Bury Strangers is playing with openers Grooms. 4848 St-Laurent, 9:30 p.m., $15/$18