John Akomfrah's The Nine Muses opens the Images Festival tonight.
Images Festival The 25th groundbreaking fest of experimental film and video kicks off today. See story.
Quicksand/Nine Choreographer Hari Krishnan's exploration of art, identity, sex and culture begins a three night run tonight at the Fleck Dance Theatre. See listing.
Editions Part Two/Robert Flack Multiples and prints by gallery artists including Maura Doyle, Fastwürms, Sadko Hadzihasanovic, Andrew Harwood and Sandy Plotnikoff hang with Love Mind, a series of chromogenic prints by Flack done in 1993, the year before the Guelph-born artist and General Idea collaborator died of AIDS. At Paul Petro Contemporary Art. See listing.
NOW Talks: Good, Pinsent, Keelor Actor Gordon Pinsent, Blue Rodeo's Greg Keelor and the Sadies' Travis Good have collaborated on a quirky new album called Down And Out In Upalong, and they'll be talking about the process with NOW's Michael Hollett onstage tonight at the Drake Hotel as part of the NOW Talks series. See listing.
What's Bogus About the Conservative Immigration System? Jason Kenny's Bill C-31 sure has major human rights problems. Among them is the minister's right to designate a particular group and incarcerate them for 12 months without judicial review. Come get the full critique at this community forum hosted by No One Is IIlegal and the South Asian Legal Clinic. Speakers are Audrey Macklin, U of T law prof, Gina Csanyi-Robah, of the Roma Community Centre and Karin Baqi of the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario. 6 pm. Free. Friends Meeting House. See listing.