Black Lips – CONCERT
The Black Lips are joined by Surfbort and Vypers at The Horseshoe Tavern at 8:30 PM. Show is 19+ and tickets are starting at $26.50 on ticketfly.com.
FOR COLORED GIRLS… – ARTS & CULTURE
For colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf is a seminal work that celebrates the power of reclaiming one’s voice. Through music, poetry and dance, seven women weave their stories of love, heartache, violence and joy into a powerful mosaic of the experiences of African-American women. Taking place at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.
May 5 – June 3, 2017 Tickets priced from $32 – $89
Cleveland Indians at Toronto Blue Jays – SPORTS
Our Toronto Blue Jays take on The Cleveland Indians at the Rogers Centre tonight at 7:07pm. Tickets are still up for as low as $12.25 on Ticketmaster.ca Here: https://goo.gl/sDgkVa
Laura Marling – CONCERT
Laura Marling is at The Danforth Music Hall tonight! Doors open at 7:00 PM. Very limited tickets available at Ticketmaster.ca here:
It’s All Happening So Fast – ARTS & CULTURE
It’s All Happening So Fast, on display at the University of Toronto’s Art Museum, is an exhibition that employs a multitude of materials to create intersecting narratives by multiple voices – including protagonists of the modern project, Indigenous Peoples, environmentalists, judges, artists, and photographers to challenge basic assumptions about Canada’s relationship to nature. Each of the exhibition’s narrative sequences includes environmental disasters representing six organizing themes: the failure of the modern project; resource exploitation in Canada’s northern territories; development of energy infrastructures; nuclear contamination; water and air pollution; and industrial fishing and forestry operations.
Curated by Mirko Zardini, Director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA).
May 3 – July 15 at The University of Toronto Art Centre (15 King’s College Circle).
Signs of Your Identity by Daniella Zalcman – ARTS & CULTURE
Daniella Zalcman’s black-and-white portraits combine photographs of present-day First Nations men and women with images of the memories of their experiences in residential schools.
Signs of Your Identity, on at Nikola Rukaj Gallery, explores the trauma of some of the 80,000 living survivors, and through extensive accompanying interviews addresses the impact of intergenerational trauma, lateral violence, and documents the slow path toward healing. On from May 6- 31 at the Nikola Rukaj Gallery (384 Eglinton Ave W)