Radar: TAIS February Incubator with Madi Piller, Blobettes, Hughie, Left, Right, Centre
FILM | TAIS February Incubator with Madi Piller
The Toronto Animated Image Society monthly Incubator session is for animation lovers to share, invent and network with their own kind and this month. Madi Piller will host a two-hour, camera-less filmmaking session. By scratching, painting and drawing directly on film stock and celluloid, Piller will demonstrate how to animate without the expensive equipment. Bring the animation you're working on to create collaboratively with like-minded artists!
TAIS (60 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 102) 6:30PM Free
ART | Blobettes, plus
Blobs from the boob tube are Ron Loranger's specialty. The artist opens his latest exhibit Blobettes, plus, a showcase of televisual images captured through various mediums. Blobs from the Internet, social media sites and even the artist's iPhone will be on display and matched with the narrative and sounds of Marc LeMyre, who will perform for two hours at the opening reception this evening at York University's Glendon campus gallery. Loranger will give a talk at 6PM, all about blob.
Glendon Gallery (2275 Bayview Avenue) 5PM Free
THEATRE | Hughie
In a seedy New York hotel, Charlie Hughes is settling into his role as the hotel's night clerk when he meets hustler Erie Smith, an eccentric who grieves over the death of former clerk Hughie. Eugene O'Neill's 45-minute Dora Award-winning Broadway play Hughie makes its debut at The Theatre Centre tonight with Michael Kash, Dean Iffil and David Collins starring. Directed by David Ferry, this short one-act play runs until March 3rd.
The Theatre Centre (100-1087 Queen Street West) 8PM $25 general, $20 student/senior
FILM | RIGHT: Screening of the Second Commissioned Program of LEFT, RIGHT, CENTRE
Trinity Square Video's Themed Commission Program presents the second installment of the LEFT, RIGHT, CENTRE video project this evening with the premiere of RIGHT. The RIGHT portion of the exhibit encompasses writing as the primary source material, challenging the four participating artists to incorporate the meaning and various contexts of the word "right." New works by Mark Dudiak, Gail Mentlik, Matthew-Robin Nye, and Carolyn Tripp will be displayed with topics like the Holocaust, Republicanism and nature being broached. The reception begins at 7PM.
Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas Street West) 7:30PM $8
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