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Radar: June 29, 2009

Photo: "CN Tower Rainbow Sequence" by alimarin, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY JUNE 29, 2009
... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

DRAWING | Dr. Sketchy's #47 - Remembering Michael Jackson
Dr. Sketchy's open life drawing nights feature fun and unusual-looking models and a warm friendly atmosphere. Artists must supply their own materials but otherwise the event is open to anyone interested - no experience required.
Cameron House, 408 Queen Street W / 7:30pm / 19+

MUSIC | Githead / Two Koreas
Githead features members of experimental groups Wire, Scanner and Minimal Compact playing surprisingly pop/rock-based material in an unlikely but very welcome stylistic shift. Indie-rockers Two Koreas open.
El Mocambo, 464 Spadina / $13

GALLERY | Quebec in Design Exhibition Opening Reception
Provides a history of design in Quebec from the 1930's to the present day and it's place in Quebec society, presenting original objects and documents as well as photographs, sound and film clips. Curated by Paul Bourassa and Mark H. Choko.
Design Exchange, 234 Bay St / 6pm

MUSIC | Lynk PR Live
Lynk Promotions holds a roster of musicians specifically dedicated to creating audio for cinema, docs, advertising, shorts and special effects. This live showcase features JD Keyz, Imaagi, Glaze and Patience Mpumlwana.
Clinton's, 693 Bloor St. W / 8:00pm

MUSIC | Toronto Jazz Festival: Gary Burton Quartet Revisited
As one of the few openly gay jazz musicians from the 1960's era, The Toronto Jazz Festival and Pride Toronto co-present master vibraphone player Gary Burton, with Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow and Antonio Sanchez.
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen W / 8pm

BOOKS | Anansi Girls Reading & Signing
An evening of short readings by some of this country's most exciting and diverse female voices presented by Anansi Press, featuring Lisa Moore, Emily Schultz, Shani Mootoo and Karen Solie
McNally Robinson, 1090 Don Mills / 7pm

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