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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Wednesday What's On, February 16, 2011

Catherine Kidd

Readings, Music, Art, Film, Workshops and more
Broaden your horizons
by Estelle Rosen

Feb. 16
8pm- Casa del Popolo Catherine Kidd, Kaie Kellough plus others

Feb. 19
Inspired by Glen Gould’s 1967 radio documentary The Idea of North, guest collaborators 
lead a workshop on contemporary views on the idea of north. 
Inuit hunters in whiteout conditions on the trail between Igloolik and Repulse Bay (Nunavut, Canada; photo Claudio Aporta, 2006)

Feb 19 & 20

Playing on MPIX:
Feb. 19 – Madness of King George
Feb. 19 – Richard III

Feb. 25-Apr. 2
Fiona Tan: Rise and Fall video installations questioning cultural identity.

Editorial Cartoons in Quebec
Virtual Exhibit

Justin Chatwin in Funkytown
1976. Montreal was on the verge of becoming one of the biggest cities on the continent, Quebec was dreaming of becoming a country of its own, and a phenomenon called disco was sweeping the world. FUNKYTOWN is the story of seven characters who want to make their mark in an era when excess was the norm and when disco was king. Written by CharPo contributor, Steve Galluccio, Cinéma Banque Scotia

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