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    »Trampled By Turtles

    September 16, 2014 8:00 PM

    Trampled by Turtles (also known as TBT for short) is a bluegrass band from Duluth, Minnesota that describes its special brand of the celebrated and uniquely American genre as "thrashgrass." Proclaimed by music publications as being quite possibly the best live act in the state of Minnesota, Trampled by Turtles has a talent for convincing audiences of widely disparate musical tastes to enjoy its markedly untraditional style of bluegrass. Having released several albums since the band's debut in 2004, Trampled by Turtles is already starting to see its influence spread by leaps and bounds, leading many to label the band as one of the first to bring bluegrass into the 21st Century.

    410 Sherbourne Street
    Toronto, ON M4X 1K2

    »A Tribute to George and Helen Gardiner & the Joy of Collecting

    September 16, 2014 10:00 AM

    A Tribute to George and Helen Gardiner & the Joy of Collecting pays homage to George and Helen Gardiner, founders of the museum, and their exceptional collections that they have generously donated to the Gardiner Museum.

    111 Queen's Park
    Toronto, ON M5S 2C7

    »Fashion Follows Form

    September 16, 2014 10:00 AM

    When looking at the history of fashion, shapes often favored form over comfort and function. It is this relationship between fashion and its function in daily life that is shown in Fashion Follows Form. Designer Izzy Camilleri created a fashion line of clothing functional to those that are in wheelchairs. On Friday the museum is open until 8:30p.

    100 Queen's Park
    Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

    »Cairo Under Wraps: Early Islamic Textiles

    September 16, 2014 10:00 AM

    Cairo Under Wraps: Early Islamic Textiles features Islamic textiles dating back to the 8th century, many of which were purposed for royal households and are richly decorated with Arabic inscriptions. Also included in the collection are rare pieces of clothing. On Friday the museum is open until 8:30p.

    100 Queen's Park
    Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

    »Conscious Activism Documentary Series At Hart House

    September 16, 2014 6:30 PM

    Winter 2014 Conscious Activism ScheduleFeb 12   Occupy Love directed by Velcrow Ripper, Q&A w Velcrow following screeningFeb 26   Fort McMoney, a documentary game Directed by David Dufresne, Q&A with Vas Bednar and othersMarch 5  Insurgence directed by Groupe d'action en cinéma Épopée, documents the Quebec student uprisingOccupy LoveDirected by Velcrow Ripper, 2012, 86 minutesFebruary 12, 2014, 6.30 pm, Debates Room, Hart House Join acclaimed director Velcrow Ripper (Scared Sacred, Fierce Light) on a journey deep inside the revolution of the heart that is erupting around the planet, as he asks the question, "How could the crisis we are facing become a love story?" Occupy Love explores the growing realization that the dominant system of power is failing to provide us with health, happiness or meaning.   The old paradigm that concentrates wealth, founded on the greed of the few, is causing economic and ecological collapse. The resulting crisis has become the catalyst for a profound awakening:  millions of people are deciding that enough is enough -  the time has come to create a new world, a world that works for all life. The film connects the dots in this era of rapidly evolving social change, featuring captivating insider scenes from the Egyptian Revolution, the Indignado uprising in Spain,  Occupy Wall Street in New York, Indigenous activists at the Alberta Tar Sands, the climate justice movement, and beyond. Woven throughout the action oriented backbone of the film is a deep exploration of public love, and compelling stories of an emerging new paradigm.  It features some of the world's key visionaries on alternative systems of economics, sustainability, and empathy, including Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben, Jeremy Rifkin, bell hooks and Charles Eisenstein. - See more at: http://occupylove.org/about/#sthash.4DiojDmq.dpuf Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cTBlGcZCeAFort McMoney, a documentary game Directed by David Dufresne, 2013February 26, 2014, 6.30 pm, Hart House Debates RoomFort McMoney is part documentary, part choose-your own adventure style massively multiplayer online game. It allows users to take control of the city of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and decide the virtual fate of the world's largest energy project. The screening will use clips from the docu-game to explore this new form of participatory democracy, and provide options for the audience to learn more about the results of the game, explore alternate forms of participatory decision making and citizenship, and experience emerging forms of political engagement. Q&A to follow the screening with Vas Bednar and moreFor more information see http://blog.nfb.ca/blog/2013/11/25/fort-mcmoney-take-control-of-the-city-and-make-your-vision-triumph/#sthash.MwKsi54z.dpufTrailer at http://vimeo.com/78823735Game: http://www.fortmcmoney.com/#/fortmcmoneyFort McMoney will be screened in conjunction with the Hart House Hancock Lecture programme, featuring Vasiliki Bednar.This screening is sponsored by the National Film Board of CanadaInsurgenceDirected by Groupe d'action en cinéma Épopée, a collective of filmmakers and film craftspeople, based in Montreal.2013 / 137 ' / French - English / S.T. English Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 6.30 pm, Hart House Debates RoomThis film is a co-presentation by Cinema Politica U of T and Hart HouseInsurgence is a documentary about the vast social mobilization that took place in Quebec during the spring of 2012. Initially propelled by the student strike for accessible education, the scope of the movement soon broadened to take on the government, the impunity and violence of the Montreal police force, the exploitation of untapped natural resources, and the current economic system. The strength of the "Printemps Érable" is rooted in anonymity. The movement allows the common to flow through dispersal, reaching into the solitude of each protester. Each one recognizes her situation in that of the others; affective resonance is transmuted to a point of fusion. Repression can only break up linear collectivities; here, at every turn, at every corner, the common returns in a swarm. View the trailer http://www.cinemapolitica.org/film/insurgenceThe Hart House Conscious Activism Documentary Series presents: Hart House continues its tradition of free programming that engages the mind, awakens the spirit and acts as an incubator of thoughtful exchange, and a call to action for the curious and the concerned.

    7 Hart House Circle
    Toronto, ON M5S 3H3

    »Wicked

    September 16, 2014 7:30 PM

    Adapted from Gregory Maguire's novel of the same name, Wicked re-tells the story of The Wizard of Oz from the point of view of Elphaba and Glinda, two ofthe witches of Oz. According to this version of the famous story, the wicked witch of the west is a misunderstood character whose complex childhood and dramatic history with several of the story's beloved characters, particularly the Wizard of Oz himself, have attributed to her "wicked" reputation. Written primarily for adults, Wicked raises questions about our contemporary ethical standards.

    244 Victoria Street
    Toronto, ON M5B 1V8

    »The Book Of Mormon

    September 16, 2014 8:00 PM

    Celebrated as one of the funniest musicals to grace Broadway in recent years, The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical written by the Trey Park and Matt Stone, the creators of the famed animated South Park television series (1997-). The story follows two mismatched Mormon missionaries as they haphazardly attempt to bring Mormonism to the tribal peoples of Uganda, with hilarious and often enlightening results. The musical opened in 2011 and almost immediately gained the acclaim of critics and audiences who felt that The Book of Mormon achieves the trifecta of great music, plot and choreography that is found in all Broadway classics.

    244 Victoria Street
    Toronto, ON M5B 1V8

    »The Eternity Code: Archaeology, Textiles and Preservation

    September 16, 2014 11:00 AM

    The Eternity Code: Archaeology, Textiles and Preservation explores the techniques and materials found in archaeological textile finds. On the basis of Peruvian and Coptic textiles, visitors can learn more about the conditions that allowed these finds to survive.

    55 Centre Avenue
    Toronto, ON M5G 2H5

    »Alex Colville

    September 16, 2014 10:00 AM

    The exhibition, honoring late Alex Colville's legacy, explores his work's continuing impact. Colville was famed for expressing personal subject matter in his paintings. His images were often painstakingly precise in depicting tension and capturing moments that balanced between the unknown and change.

    317 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, ON M5T 1G4

    »Art as Therapy

    September 16, 2014 10:00 AM

    Art as Therapy is an experimental collaborative project between the gallery and philosophers Alain de Botton and John Armstrong. The exhibition is meant to bring life to their recent publication, Art as Therapy. In this bestseller, the authors seek and find answers to probing questions concerning art's therapeutic effects. The authors have selected works from the gallery's collection based on universal themes that will guide visitors on their journey.

    317 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, ON M5T 1G4

    »Kid Congo Powers

    September 16, 2014 9:00 PM

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    Toronto, ON M5S 2H1

    »Dream Small: What's The Big Deal About Nano Breweries?

    September 16, 2014 7:00 PM

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    Toronto, ON M5E 1B5
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