Sunday, Nov. 27

* Inter-Realities: The Lived Experiences of Marginalized Bodies in Art and the Academy
* Alt holiday shopping options
* Les Canadiennes women’s hockey game
* GAMIQ awards and afterparty
* Mount Rushmore of Montreal Comedy/Movember fundraiser
* Litpop event


Kama la Mackerel

A consortium of Concordia and McGill-based orgs including C-FAR (Critical Feminist Activism in Research) and the McGill Black Students’ Network are hosting a day of panel discussions, readings and performances called Inter-Realities: The Lived Experiences of Marginalized Bodies in Art and the Academy, with special guests including Iraqi-Canadian multimedia artist Sundus Abdul Hadi, Listuguj Mi’gmaq researcher Travis Wysote, performer/artist Kama la Mackerel, writer and artist Kai Cheng Thom (whose book Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars was recently published), accessibility activist and writer Aimee Louw and singer Jef Elise Barbara. 1515 Ste-Catherine W., EV-11.725, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., free

The Aux 33 Tours warehouse sale and Haut+Fort design market (written up in yesterday’s To-Do List) continue, as does the Christmas vintage sale at l’Escogriffe (4467 St-Denis, 12:30–7 p.m.). If that’s not enough alt shopping options, and the one-day-only Cruelty Free Holiday Pop-up Shop at Zoha Café (1132 Ontario E., 1–5 p.m.).

Catch some (affordable and attainable) hockey action this afternoon with Montreal’s women’s team les Canadiennes (stacked with 2014 and 2018 Canadian gold-medal-winning Olympic athletes) as they face off against the Brampton Thunder at Rosemont’s Centre Étienne Desmarteau. 3430 Bellechasse, 1:30 p.m., $15

The 11th annual GAMIQ awards for alternative independent music has its gala at Cabaret Lion d’Or, with host Sexe Illégal, DJ Toast Dawg and live performances by the likes of Krief, Ariane Zita, la Bronze, le Couleur, Never More Than Less, O Linea, Clay and Friends and Simon Kingsbury. (Take note of the afterparty show at l’Escogriffe.) 1676 Ontario E., 7–11 p.m., $28.63

The Comedy Nest hosts Mount Rushmore of Montreal Comedy, a Movember fundraiser with stand-up by Heidi Foss, Joey Elias, David John McCarthey and Derek Seguin of CBC’s The Debaters. 2313 Ste-Catherine W., 8 p.m., $40 includes one drink and snack buffet plus raffle ticket

Meanwhile at Comedyworks, the third edition of Litpop promises readings by authors Shari Kasman, Neil Smith, Allison Graves, William Richardson, Charles Gonsalves, Ariane Legault and Ivan Fischer. 1238 Bishop, 8 p.m.

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