Friday, Feb. 2

* Entertainment Management Conference
* Really Big Show at BBAM!
* Property// with Wangled Teb and Inland Island
* Bad Nudes launch issue 3.1
* Saxyndrum with Strangerfamiliar and Romantic Weekends
* We Are Wolves with Pop Goes

We Are Wolves. Photo from Facebook

Evenko presents its sixth annual two-day Entertainment Management Conference, giving those with ambitions in the entertainment sector an opportunity to learn from professionals through keynote talks, workshops, panel discussions and more. Sid Lee (8 Queen), 10 a.m.–6 p.m., $50/day or $90 for a two-day pass, continues through Saturday

St-Henri gallery of art and music BBAM! will be packing up to move to brand-new digs at the end of this month, but in the meantime are mounting a Really Big Show to celebrate six years of operations and say farewell to the original space, launching with a vernissage tonight with a huge exhibition of artworks by Natasha Henderson, Lacey Jane, Xavier Landry, Carylann Leoppky, John Lanthier, Fang Ling Lee and other friends of the gallery. 3255 St-Jacques, 6 p.m., free

Head to Cagibi for an evening of synth vibes from local dream pop instrumental outfit Property// with special guests, New Brunswick-based Wolastoqiyik, breakcore artist Wangled Teb and a solo set from singer/songwriter Inland Island. 5490 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $7

Literary magazine Bad Nudes launch issue 3.1 at Kafien, with readings from Olivia Wood, Sophie McCreesh, Adrian Ngai and more. If you can’t make it out, back issues of the Bad Nudes online edition are spectacular and worth the clicks. 1429A Bishop, 8 p.m.. $5 includes copy of the magazine/NOTAFLOF

Feed your creative side at tonight’s collage party at Brasserie Beaubien, hosted by arts collective CTRL + V who will supply vintage magazines, scissors, glue and other collage elements to play with while checking out live entertainment from Saxsyndrum, Strangerfamiliar and Romantic Weekends. 73 Beaubien E., 9 p.m., $10/PWYC

Among the many bands playing the ongoing Taverne Tour music festival tonight are Montreal electro-rock trio We Are Wolves, who are well worth a look — adding to the appeal of this gig are Pop Goes, DJ Choses Sauvages and (playing the afterparty after midnight) CO/NTRY. Le Ministère (4521 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., $15

For more music events, see our Event Listings. Art Listings can be found here.

For more concert recommendations, see this week’s edition of Hammer of the Mods.