There are only four days left to experience Phi Centre’s virtual reality exhibition Echo: The Sounds of Space, “portraying the contemporary world through the universe’s timeless vibrations.” 407 St-Pierre, hourly from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (three-hour access per ticket), $25/$17.50 students & seniors
There’s a vernissage this evening at the Museum of Jewish Montreal. You can check out Russian-Jewish artist Yuula Benivolski’s research-based community photography installation The Ocean Between Us. The exhibit will be on display from the 1st of February to the 5th of May. For the vernissage, there will be a cash bar at Fletcher’s. 4040 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., free
At the Wilder Building, Tangente Danse and Collectif Indefinable Folks (of Toronto) are performing a triple bill. The first work is a dance performance by the collective and it will be followed by two video projections by Bettina Hoffman. The show runs through Sunday. 1435 Bleury, 7:30 p.m., $26.62 ($19 for students)
The fourth annual Taverne Tour begins today and runs through Saturday, Feb. 2, filling small music venues in or around the St-Laurent/Mont-Royal axis with a wide range of quality local and out-of-town bands. Tonight’s Galaxie and Lydia Kepinsky shows are sold out but you can still catch locals Dear Denizen, Prieur & Landry (who are launching an album) or Anatole, Brussels noise-pop act Rodolphe Coster or Toronto alt/post-punk act Frigs. See the complete line-up here.