Radar: June 10th, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JUNE 10th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

DANCE PARTIES | Light on Your Feet
Luminato's outdoor dance party series concludes with an outdoor Big Band/Swing dance lesson and performance.
Dundas Square / 7pm / FREE

ART + SCIENCE | Subtle Technologies Festival
Starting today through June 14th, the festival features a series of workshops, symposium, galleries, performances, and social events will be inspired by neural, biological, genetic, dynamic information, virtual, social Networks of all kinds.
Innis Town Hall / Paid registration required

GALLERIES | Art + Identity
The Emerging Arts Professional Network presents a panel discussion about art projects and Canadian identity, followed by a party and late-night exhibition.
Panel discussion starts at 6:30pm at Function 13 Gallery, exhibition is 8pm at Hotshot Gallery (156 and 181 Augusta Ave) / FREE

PARTIES | Upstart Cabaret
Experience the Big Band sounds, sultry songstresses, burlesque and tap dances of the '20s and '30s in this prohibition-era themed theatre event.
Revival, 783 College Street
8:30pm / $20, $15 Students & Seniors

BOOKS AND LIT | Gothic Toronto: Writing the City Macabre
Luminato reading with Michelle Wan, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Cherie Dimaline, Andrew Pyper, Nalo Hopkinson and Tasleem Thawar.
Music Gallery, 197 John Street
7:30pm / FREE

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