Monday, Nov. 27

* Art party at Darling Foundry
* Premiere of Syrian refugee doc The Crossing
* image + nation film fest’s Queerement Quebec shorts
* Stand-up by Toronto’s Jordan Foisy
* Electroacoustic act Channel No One’s LP launch
* Blue Mondays dance party


Jordan Foisy

Griffintown art centre Darling Foundry is extending an invitation to visit the and experience Délicat Pulse, the current exhibition of works by renowned Montreal artist Julie Favreau, as well as visit the artists’ studios housed inside and enjoy special taste creations by attached restaurant le Serpent. 745 Ottawa, 6–9 p.m., free

Cinema Politica hosts the Montreal premiere of The Crossing, a new documentary following a group of Syrian refugees travelling across land and sea, followed by a conversation between director George Kurian, community organizer Oula Hajjar plus Montreal rapper, activist and scholar Narcy, who will also perform at the event. 1455 de Maisonneuve W., #H-110, 7 p.m., $5–$10 suggested

The image + nation LGBT film festival presents its Queerement Quebec short film program at the Phi Centre. 407 St-Pierre, 7 p.m., $13.50

Laugh off your Monday at the Brunch Club’s stand-up night at Casa del Popolo with Toronto’s Jordan Foisy (JFL2, NXNE, Vice, CBC). 4873 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $10/$5 in advance

Experimental electroacoustic project Channel No One launches their untitled four-track album via local indie imprint Second Best Records with a live performance at la Plante, featuring cellos, electronic compositions, beats, contemporary dance and projections, with special guests Boha, Fait Divers and more. Secret location, 8 p.m., PWYC

L’Escogriffe hosts its monthly late ’70s/early ’80s dance party, Blue Mondays with DJ Speechless spinning post-punk, new wave and cold wave, from Joy Division to Devo to the Cars to the Cure. 4467 St-Denis, 10 p.m., free

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