Tuesday, Dec. 1

* Gaspar Noé’s Love at Cinéma du Parc
* Arts & Laughs show at ComedyWorks
* “Queer and Black in Contemporary Art” lecture at the MMFA
* Eliza record launch at Casa del Popolo
* Poetry night at Kafein & Résonance Reading Series
* No Negative, Hyena Hive & more at 820Plaza



For a pretty unique cinematic experience — an arthouse porn film in 3D — check out Gaspar Noé’s Love at Cinéma du Parc. 3575 Parc, 3:10, 6:30, 9:10 p.m.

Tonight’s Arts & Laughs show at ComedyWorks, the weekly crafts & comedy event put on by the Brunch Club, features five comics (including the incredible Massimo) riffing on the theme of technology. 1238 Bishop, 7 p.m., $5

For World AIDS Day, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is hosting the lecture I Am Not Alone in This Way: Queer and Black in Contemporary Art by Sur Rodney (Sur), an independent curator with New York City’s Visual AIDS Archive Project. 1379 Sherbrooke W., 7 p.m., free

Local band Eliza — who describe themselves as ’70s prog rock meets Animal Collective meets Swans meets Coltrane — launch a record tonight at Casa del Popolo, with openers le Havre. 4873 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $10/$15 with a record

If you don’t have a ticket to tonight’s sold out Gloria Steinem book launch, there are a couple of other literary events to choose from: It’s Kafein’s final poetry night of the year featuring Nicolas Benjamin, Megan Ennenberg, Tania Dos Santos and more (1429A Bishop, 8 p.m., $4 or PWYC), or uptown at this month’s edition of the Résonance Reading Series with Eric Amling, Roxanna Bennett, Monica McClure and Laurence Miall (5175A Parc, 9 p.m., free)

Mile Ex space 820Plaza hosts a show (that’s also a wrap party for a film by Karl Lemieux) featuring local bands No Negative, Hyena Hive and Steve Bates with Elizabeth Anka Vakegic. 6820 Marconi, 10 p.m. sharp, free