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September 2013

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  • Fall Half a Dino Line-Up at APK Live

    September 3, 2013

    Fall Half a Dino Line-Up at APK Live

    Half a Dino has another full fall lineup full of exciting and diverse shows lined up at The APK. Whether it be coming out to support one of the many awesome local artists, or checking out an internationally acclaimed act – please be confident that there is something...

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  • More Mid Mod Movies at the Central Library

    September 6, 2013

    More Mid Mod Movies at the Central Library

    This follow-up to last year’s popular documentary film series will once again present a range of unique critically acclaimed movies from around the world that highlight mid-century and modernist architecture and design. They cover a wide range of design-oriented topics from architecture and...

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  • Doors Open London at The Cornerstone

    September 13, 2013

    Doors Open London at The Cornerstone

    Youth Opportunities Unlimited invites you to Doors Open London at The Cornerstone, 332 Richmond St. at York St. Sat. Sept. 28 & Sun. Sept. 29 from 10 am – 4 pm Come see what The Cornerstone offers youth and the community! Free...

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  • Fall Cooking Classes at Jill's Table

    September 19, 2013

    Fall Cooking Classes at Jill's Table

    Welcome to the fall season of Cooking Classes at Jill's Table! As always, they are so pleased to have many of their regular contributors in the kitchen at Jill's Table. This season we also welcome Jess Jazey of North Moore Catering and The River Room as well as Nicole Arroyas of Petit...

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  • L.O. at Museum London

    September 25, 2013

    L.O. at Museum London

    This exhibition traces the production of seven artists, the majority of whom were born and raised in London, Ontario, who not only follow their own unique creative vision but emphasize an open-ended, multidisciplinary, and collaborative approach to making art. The artists -- Marc Bell, James Kirkpatrick, Amy Lockhart, Jason McLean, Jamie Q, Peter Thompson, and Billy Bert Young -- met in school, or came together later through group exhibitions and common interests. While they have often concentrated on zine formats for their drawings and paintings, their work also encompasses printmaking, sculpture, sound and animation. New “solo” and participatory works will be exhibited for the first time, alongside posters, costumes, mail art and more, which spills out of the Forum gallery space into the Centre Gallery’s display unit. Several of the artists will also create a mural in the Museum’s lobby. The title L.O. Today does not attempt to define London’s larger art scene through the group’s aesthetic. Rather the words -- excerpted from a text in a collaborative work -- can be seen as describing a spirit of optimism (as in “Hello Today”) as well as indicating this city as inspiring important aspects of their work. The exhibition will be complemented by a forthcoming catalogue. This exhibition is generously supported by the Museum London Foundation through its Light on London Campaign. Opening Reception: Friday, October 4, 2013 at 8:00 pm

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