Today in Toronto: Philippe Blanchard, The Vigil, Art Battle, Temples, Tightrope Books October Launch
Toronto artist Philippe Blanchard is showing large scale psychedelic installations in LUMIERE CONCRETE / STRUCTURED LIGHT over at Glendon Gallery at York University - worth the trip. For more events, click on over to our events section.
Early Monthly Segments is back at the Gladstone - and drunk as hell from the looks of it (it's definitely past the mid-month point, EMS), but we don't mind because the event is a thin strand holding the city's experimental film community together, tipsy with calendars or not. The films, and new book, of Gregory Markopoulos will be featured. For more events, click on over to our events section.
If you'd like to have fun on the cheap without having the pants scared off of you (I can't afford new pants either), the week holds tons of Hallo-whatever options. Showing up early to a book launch at Hashtag on Thursday will get you a free drink - then you can head to Philistine for free nail art, free shoe shines, free food, and free beer.
Here's how to live like you're not the economy's walking dead in Toronto this week.