The Concordian’s wildcard art show picks

A few outstanding shows that are really out of the ordinary this year include: Electric Carnival, presented at Eastern Bloc gallery, takes a new media twist on the traditional travelling carnival and features, amongst other techno curiosities, a giant robot that will follow viewers around the gallery.

A few outstanding shows that are really out of the ordinary this year include:

Electric Carnival, presented at Eastern Bloc gallery, takes a new
media twist on the traditional travelling carnival and features,
amongst other techno curiosities, a giant robot that will follow
viewers around the gallery.

Vernissage: March 15, 4 p.m. @ Eastern Bloc, 7240 Clark.

Connect-the-dots is curator Caitlyn Milot’s answer to “really wanting
to include a wide variety of performing arts in Art Matters.” The
result is a two-night eclectic special featuring theatre, dance and
movement on March 12 and music, sound and spoken word on March 13,
7:30 p.m. @ Thé

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