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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wednesday's What's On, January 19, 2011

(ED: Today we're inaugurating a new weekly section of CharPo. Each Wednesday we'll be helping you organize your next days' outings. If you wish to be added to Wednesday's What's On, forward your information to us)

by Estelle Rosen

Thurs. Jan. 20
Seminar with artist Martha Wilson and curator Peter Dykhuis 
Reservation necessary at the Gallery. 
Galerie Leonard and Bina Allen, Concordia

Sun. Jan. 23
A celebration of poetry
Performances by Catherine Kidd, Kaie Kellough, Fortner Anderson. Hosted by Ian Ferrier
Doors open 8pm – Show 9pm
Casa del Popolo, 4873 boul. St. Laurent.
$5 admission fee

Thurs. Jan. 27  

Claire Holden Rothman, 7:30pm
Argo Bookstore, 1915 St. Catherine St.W.

Sat. Jan. 29
2 Lectures by Rabih Mroué

Make Me Stop Smoking
& The Inhabitants of Images
Mroué reconstructs the radical heterogeneous landscape of Lebanon, destroyed by crises and wars, with the aid of anonymous and personal documents, videos, photos, newspaper clippings, and eyewitness reports, all pieced together to create a complex system of meandering narratives.
7 pm, MAI  3680 Jeanne Mance

Tues. Feb. 1
Lecture Opéra de Montreal

Segal Centre for Performing Arts will be presenting  Place à l’opéra, free lecture from the Opéra de Montréal, animated by musicologist Pierre Vachon. 
An introductory video shows backstage at a production of the Barber of Seville.  7:30 p.m. 

Reservations:  739-7944

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