Radar: The Sex Show, Director's Talk by Guy Maddin, 12th Planet w/The Killabits & Zed's Dead, Wednesdays Go POP!, A World Of Shorts: Cult Of Celebrity
ART | The Sex Show
Phil Anderson has assembled a group show at Gallery 1313 of over 20 artists in many different mediums, from sculpture to video. This is an annual exhibition, and Anderson has stated in interviews that it isn't a "family" event, but even more interestingly, one of the aims of the show is to draw attention to how different everyone's perceptions are regarding sex. Anderson has also underscored how individual people's tastes and appetites are, and he has chosen the different works in this exhibition to demonstrate and celebrate this great spectrum of sexuality.
Gallery 1313 (1313 Queen Street West), 7PM FREE
LECTURE | Director's Talk by Guy Maddin
A rare opportunity to enjoy a lecture from a Canadian film icon! Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Guy Maddin has become one of the country's most acclaimed directors and screenwriters. Known for his distinctive aesthetic and recreation of the vibe and look of silent films, his style is often compared to David Lynch's for his combination of both the surreal and classic.
Toronto School of Art (410 Adelaide Street West), 6:30PM PWYC
MUSIC | 12th Planet w/The Killabits & Zed's Dead
Infiltrata, aka "12th Planet" will be spreading his special mix of dubstep, hip hop, electro and funk for your ear-joyment at Wrongbar tonight. Having taken Europe by storm via a series of releases on specialty labels, this "Med School beat surgeon" will be supported by sets from Zed's Dead and The Killabits.
Wrongbar (1279 Queen Street West), 10PM $17.50
MUSIC | Wednesdays Go POP!
This week finds another great lineup of emerging talent at the Go Pop! weekly showcase. Bravestation headlines, launching a mini 3 city tour with this gig. Also on tonight's bill are The Hoof and Heel, and Craig Stickland. Come on out and support local talent.
The Supermarket (268 Augusta Avenue), 9PM PWYC
FILM | A World Of Shorts: Cult Of Celebrity
Five brilliant shorts, all featuring celebs before, or since they found fame. Names such as Rainn Wilson, Kristen Wig, Vincent D'Onofrio and Robert Pattinson all find themselves involved in this unique format.
NFB Mediatheque (150 John Street) 7PM $6 ($4 students/seniors)
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