AFFORDABLE ART SCENE

Don’t let the falling leaves get you down! Take advantage of some of these free and inexpensive art-related upcoming events. All Month Long Get on over to the Museum of Fine Arts and see their collection of masterpieces by Dali, Degas, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Rodin, Rembrandt, Renoir and others.

Don’t let the falling leaves get you down! Take advantage of some of these free and inexpensive art-related upcoming events.

All Month Long

Get on over to the Museum of Fine Arts and see their collection of masterpieces by Dali, Degas, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Rodin, Rembrandt, Renoir and others…for free!
Details? visit www.mbam.qc.ca/en/activites/gratuit.html

November 9th

DARE DARE presents Plan d’aménagement – a performance and construction in 3 parts by Caroline Dubois and Julie Favreau. 9th: comfort cycle, 9pm. 16th: risk cycle, midnight. 24th: filth cycle at 3 p.m. all taking place at 280 Beaubien E. Free admission.
Details? visit www.dare-dare.org/frameseten.htm

Until November 11th

If English-subtitled French films are your thing, be sure to check out the Cinemania Film Festival at the Imperial Cinema on Bleury.
Tickets are 7.50$ for students, or 42.00$ for a pack of six.
For the schedule, visit www.cinemaniafilmfestival.com

November 11th

At 4pm, Therese Mastroiacovo will be on hand for Articule’s exhibition of her large scale drawings entitled “Art Now”. Articule gallery: 262, Fairmount W.
Details? visit www.articule.org

November 12th

For twelve bucks, you can catch the Black Theatre Workshop’s staged reading of Cheryl Foggo’s Heaven at 7:30 at the Mainline Theatre on St Laurent.
Details? call 514-432-3680

November 15th

Art Matters presents the public discussion “Artist + Audience: What role does conversation play in art”. 6 p.m. tp 8 p.m. at Le Cagibi, 5490 St-Laurent. Free admission.
Details? email [email protected]

November 15th

Give the Solo, Duo, Trio concert a listen tonight at 8:30 over at the Quartier Ephemere. Tickets are seven bucks.
Details? visit www.quartierephemere.org

November 17th

Get a good seat on Ste Catherine’s street for the annual Santa Claus Parade. Sadly, it doesn’t look like Annie Brocolli will be in attendance this year.
Details? visit www.destinationcentreville.com

November 24th

Expozine, Montreal’s annual small press, comic and zine fair, will show off talent by over 250 North American creators, both francophone and anglophone. Join the fans or show off your own work November 24 and 25, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 5035 St-Dominique. Free admission.
For more details, email [email protected]
or see them on Facebook.

Until December 2nd

Elena Willis’ photography exhibition over at Quartier Ephemere examines moments of truth set in natural environments.
For more details, visit www.quartierephemere.org

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