Category Archives: Theatric Insinuations
CINEMA KABUKI 2012 in Toronto (Feb. 22-23)
Presented by The Japan Foundation
in High Definition on the Big Screen
Direct from Japan
Subtitled in English
including two Canadian premieres, The Zen Substitute, Murder in a Hell of Oil, and Hokaibo
ONLINE TICKET SALES
Info obtained from http://www.akimbo.ca
with The Black Box Revelation
Monday, February 27
Onsale: Sat, Jan 14 at 12pm
Info obtained from http://www.livenation.com
January 19 – February 18, 2012
Gallery TPW is pleased to present a solo exhibition by emerging artist Christine Negus. Negus’ works range from ephemeral objects, including glittery party banners, neon signs and artificially flowered memorial wreaths, to video works steeped in sweet sadness.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6
5:30 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
New York conceptual artist SHIN IL KIM. The exhibition presents new video, sculpture, and drawings.
Will be held at Casino Rama from March 21-25th, NE of Barrie at 5899 Rama Road. This comedy skit that has been on the scene for about three decades has shaped how we culturally perceive and communicate. This occurred by the word spam, originally a tinned meat used in rationing during the war, becoming a term to represent excessive unwanted mail. This transposed onto the internet and it’s transactions of messages now known as emails, and the unwanted ones termed as spam.
For more info on this culture shifting production go to: http://www.ticketmaster.ca/artist/927819