Today in Toronto you can attend a free film festival, pick up some affordable art, see some live musicÂ and so much more.Events you might want to check out:
Ruth B (November 30 @ Velvet Underground)
The "Lost Boy" singer Ruth B hits the stage at Velvet Underground along with Jessicka to play music from her 2017 album Safe Haven.
Cold Specks (November 30 @ Mod Club Theatre)
There's still tickets left to see Toronto musician otherwise known as Ladan Hussein at the Mod Club. LA Timpa opens.
The Bloody Mary Film Festival (November 30 - December 1 @ Imagine Carlton Cinema)
Putting a spotlight on female-identifying Canadian filmmakers in genre films, Bloody Mary is back for a second year of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy features.
controller.controller Release Party (November 30 @ The Baby G)
It's a special night for the band as they release their first new recording in 10 years. They're joined by members of The Two Koreas, Public Animal and more.
The Nitty Gritty of Comics (November 30 @ S. Walter Stewart Library)
Join award-winning cartoonist and writer Megan Kearney for a talk on comics and manga, the creative process behind them, and how a career in comics works.
Voices for World AIDS Day (November 30 @ St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts)
This no cost event includes a wide range of entertainment, from drag performances to a vocal jazz choir, to a mentalist, all in the name of HIV / AIDS benefit.
Salon of Inclusiveness (November 30 @ The Black Cat)
It's opening night for the exhibition that runs all December. The group show is always a good opportunity to pick up some affordable art by local artists.
Best of Documentary Short Film Festival (November 30 @ Carlton Cinemas)
This is a showcase of the best documentary short films from around the world today, including films about mental health, cosplay, artists, identities, and communities.
CreativeTO (November 30 @ Artscape Youngplace)
Spread across three floors of Artscape Youngplace, CreativeTO features exhibitions, art installations, and a gala after-party.
Videodrunk Film Festival (November 30 @ Farside)
The annual free film fest featuring experimental and underground, horror and alternative comedy will screen a huge range of short films in East Chinatown's favourite bar.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO