Friday, Jan. 29

* Wendy’s Revenge lecture-performance by Walter Scott
* Tracking or Toward the Discovery of Our World or Untitled vernissage at Articule
* New theatre company Playshed presents Cock at the MAI
* The Sheepdogs play the Corona
* The Holds EP launch at O Patro Vys
* Automelodi plays Casa del Popolo

Friday, Oct. 16

* Concordia computer riot documentary Ninth Floor screens again
* Triple vernissage and short film screening at Never Apart
* Silent Citizen vernissage/discussion at Articule
* The Cinémathèque screens controversial 1972 Rolling Stones documentary Cocksucker Blues
* Femme Fridays LGBT hip hop night at Allure
* Dutch musician Palmbomen live at Datcha

Thursday, Aug. 20

* Plaza St-Hubert’s sidewalk sale w/ MTL en Arts
* Travis Taddeo studio open house
* Unceded Voices: Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence at Articule
* Atelier Wonder, le Cahier, MEWS & more local labels at Festival Mode & Design
* RIDM & CCA screen three vintage documentaries about Montreal neighbourhoods
* Second edition of Naive Melodie at Salsathèque

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Art this week

A number of Pride-related exhibitions and events are on the agenda this week in the arts scene.

Art this week

Check out more Mural Fest activities, plus celebrate one year of Galerie C.O.A and catch a group show with Sobey Art Prize shortlisted artist Jon Rafman.

Sunday, May 31

* The Tour de l’Île is on
* Last day of the Puces POP sale
* Robin Gorn launches her LP SoftWing at the Rialto Theatre
* Articule hosts a Newfoundland feast at Bethlehem XXX
* Drake plays the Bell Centre
* The Mutek festival wraps with a double program at the MAC

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Wednesday, May 27

* Ping Pong Club hosts a Bernard Street BBQ
* JJ Levine and Jamie Ross double book launch at Articule
* The last open mic at Argo Bookshop
* The Festival TransAmériques presents What Happened to the Seeker?
* The One Take Super 8 Event at la Sala Rossa
* The Mutek festival begins, with Boundary, James Holden and more

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Art this week

This week in art sees a tribute to Nadia Myre, the annual YES Arts Conference and Art Expo, more Art Matters shows, an artistic brunch, artworks for Radical Queer Semaine and a discussion on Inuit art from Nunavik.

Art this week

Check out the Montreal arts scene this week for adventures in Colombia, Holland, the beehive, and even outer space.

Thursday, Jan. 29

* Islands of Decolonial Love author Leanne Simpson speaks at Concordia
* Vernissage for David Spriggs’ PRISM at Arsenal
* Corporate satirists Desearch Repartment speak at Articule
* Ghost Pine zine launch at Cagibi
* Ohara, Child Actor and Dirty Organs play Casa del Popolo

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