Radar: July 23, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for THURSDAY JULY 23, 2009â¨... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
PARTIES | Toronto Burlesque Festival: Meet & Greet Teaser
A multi-media event on two floors of the hotel, join the Glitterati of the International Burlesque Scene for an evening of art, music, performance and conversation featuring Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art Show, the "Tassels Without Borders" photography exhibit and a media address on "What IS Burlesque?" by NYU Professor Dr. Lucky, as well as plenty of other steamy performances.
Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St W / $21 / 8pm
GALLERY | The Vice Photo Show
Vice, the controversial and internationally recognized free magazine, is putting together an exhibition to celebrate its 2009 Photo Issue. The show will feature the work of Dana Goldstein and Jamie Taete, both emerging photographers and regular contributors to Vice.
Lennox Contemporary Gallery, 12 Ossington Ave / 7pm-11pm
MUSIC | Boys Who Say No and Fred at the Drake
Toronto indie stars Boys Who Say No kick off their summer tour with Ireland's Fred, a hotly-tipped new group that has an intensity and multi-instrumental prowess similar to that of Arcade Fire.
Drake Hotel Underground, 1150 Queen St W
GALLERY | Relationship: Works By Elizabeth Dyer
Elizabeth Dyer's latest body of work, Relationship, plays with illusion and reality using wallpapers and colours that make you want to linger in the rooms awhile. By carefully layering actual rooms that she has photographed in Europe, she conveys the true sense of the space.
Barbershop Gallery, 1718 Queen St W
TECHNOLOGY | Atari Punk Console
The so-called Atari Punk Console is based on a circuit by Forest M. Mims from the 1970s, and was recently popularized on the internet. Despite the name, it has nothing to do with Atari, but is instead a simple one-chip sound synth, easy to build and capable of making wonderfully awful noises.
InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, 9 Ossington Ave / $50 / 7pm-10pm
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COMEDY | Geronimo Deadly Presents: The Pilot Show
Join the cast of Geronimo Deadly, winners of this year's 'Toronto Film Challenge', for this exciting, "anything goes" stage production. A mixture of alternative sketch comedy and interactive video that's sure to have audiences asking for more!
The Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor St W / $5
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