Radar: Kai Chan: A Spider's Logic, York U World Music Festival, Tara Davidson, Elvis Mondays at The Drake
ART | Kai Chan: A Spider's Logic
Kai Chan's work has been featured at exhibitions internationally. This show, billed as a "35-year retrospective," will provide a great view of the artist's work. Chan is known as a "master of the unremarkable", using materials from everyday life, such as branches, buttons, and other varied items, both from nature and the household, to create captivating works. Chan himself has expressed that his search for new materials outside of those traditional to "mainstream art," is a result of his dissatisfaction with those traditional materials as a means of expressing the multitude of "meanings" found in contemporary society, and the world in which he lives.
Textile Museum Of Canada (55 Centre Avenue) FREE (w/ General Admission)
MUSIC | York U World Music Festival
Today is the last day of this three-day festival, which began on Thursday. This annual event celebrates the musical traditions of many different cultures and societies, spanning the globe. This afternoon the final concert will take place, featuring the World Music Chorus, under the direction of Judith Cohen.
Sterling Beckwith Studio (235 Accolade East Building, York University) 5:30PM FREE
MUSIC | Tara Davidson
Tara Davidson is one of the "go-to" reed players in TO's diverse and ever-expanding jazz community. She has kept company with some of the best, including Juno Award winners Mike Murley and David Braid, and performs this evening in a trio format with drummer Ethan Ardelli and bassist Dan Fortin. Both standards and originals are promised.
The Emmet Ray (924 College Street) 9PM PWYC
MUSIC | Elvis Monday at The Drake
Thanks again, Elvis Monday, for providing our hungry ears with our weekly dose of Rock. Tonight's lineup: Suzy Wilde, Witch Ever, Yuka, Dusty Wallace, TenderLion, and the ever-present People Of Canada. It's nights like tonight that we're so very grateful that Elvis has not left the building...
The Drake Hotel (1150 Queen Street West) 9PM FREE
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