Yousef Karsh Picasso Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to-do list to do events

Picasso by Yousef Karsh


Last chance to catch Karsh at the Museum of Fine Arts, the KROY installation at PHI Centre, Segal Centre streams a comedy show and more.

Friday, Jan. 28

DFA Tattoos is hosting a flash sale to raise funds for Turbo Haüs. 328 Ste-Catherine E., 12–8 p.m., appointment-only

Tattoos for Turbo Haüs.

The Segal Centre present the comedy stylings of YidLife Crisis for an “on your couch” Pandemish performance, available until Jan. 31. Online, $18–$36

YidLife Crisis from the Segal Centre, live in your living room.

Saturday, Jan. 29

The Canadian Centre for Architecture hosts the webinar How Not to Become a “Developer,” with speakers offering “advice to avoid the usual pitfalls of becoming an architect-developer, and suggest other ways architects can reclaim ethical agency in the world.” Online, 12 p.m., by registration

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) presents How Not to Become a “Developer.”

CJLO hosts the online workshop Creating a Profound Audio Experience, featuring Sun Noor and George McFarlane. Online, 12 p.m., free

CJLO hosts an online workshop.

Sunday, Jan. 30

Today is the last day to catch KROY’s Animachina installation at the PHI Centre. 315 St-Paul, 11 a.m.–7 p.m., free

Last weekend to catch KROY at the PHI Centre.

Today is the last day to see The World of Yousuf Karsh exhibition, a collection of portraits by the famed 20th century photographer at the Museum of Fine Arts. 1380 Sherbrooke W., reservation-based, $16–$24

The World of Yousuf Karsh at the Museum of Fine Arts

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