toronto events january 15

Radar: Luminescence, MaRS Startup Book Club, A Yellow Field, Scoop Trumbull & The Wrong Notes, Blue Bonnets, Citizen Gangster screening with Nate Hendley

ART | Luminescence: The Silver of Peru
The largest collection of Peruvian silver artifacts has been traveling the world, and tonight, it arrives at the U of T Art Centre for Luminescence, a show of Peruvian national treasures. The exhibit tracks the history of silver and its history in Peru's culture in the form of jewelry, crowns, paintings and masks. This afternoon, JosĂŠ Torres Della Pina, a third generation Peruvian silversmith, will lecture on metallurgical techniques with an opening reception following at 6PM.
University of Toronto Art Centre (15 King's College Circle) 4:30PM Free

BOOKS & LIT | MaRS Startup Book Club
Hosting a monthly literary-based discussion on books that celebrate technology, innovation, and multimedia, MaRS Discovery District invites those who have read Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs to their January Startup Book Club. Connect with the local startup community over similar literary interests and learn about the fundamentals and latest trends for startups. The only requirement? Have the book read in time for tonight!
MaRS Discovery District, CR-5 (101 College Street) 5:30PM Free

MUSIC | A Yellow Field, Scoop Trumbull & the Wrong Notes, Blue Bonnets
Indiegrass band A Yellow Field makes their Rancho debut as headliners for Tuesday night's weekly TWM party. They're supported by openers Blue Bonnets, a Toronto rock n' roll band, and Scoop Trumbull & the Wrong Notes, a one-man multi-instrument band. Doors open at 9PM, with performances beginning at 9:40PM.
Rancho Relaxo (300 College Street) 9PM $5

FILM | Roncy Historical Society & Citizen Gangster
The Roncesvalles Historical Society introduces the Roncy connection to Citizen Gangster, a film about Canada's most notorious bank robber, Edwin Alonzo Boyd. Screening at the Revue Cinema tonight, the RHS will be joined by two special guests, engaging the audience in a Q&A before and after the film--director Nathan Morlando and author of a book on the Boyd Gang, Nate Hendley. Learn about Roncesvalles' criminal history, and enjoy an evening that'll highlight Canadian connections to the cinema.
Revue Cinema (400 Roncesvalles Avenue) 6:30PM $13 general, $10 members

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