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Art Matters: PTV Presents

Posted by MP / March 6, 2007

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The Art Matters festival is a Concordia Fine Arts initiative "bringing art to the community and community to art". It runs from the 2nd to the 18th of March, with events happening at dozens of venues around the city. One of my stops along Saturday night's Nuit Blanche was the Art Matters event at the Darling Foundry; it was nice to see student artists getting the chance air their art to a larger public outside of the university system. I think that art does matter, I think the future of art matters, and I think it's worth taking a look at the students that form that future.

So if art matters to you, and you're looking for something to do on a Tuesday night, PonyTV are putting on a vernissage for 5 young photographers and videographers at Galerie Espace (4844 St. Laurent). The vernissage runs from 7pm to 11pm with an after party at Boa (featuring DJs, video projection, and of course the artists themselves). But if you can't make it tonight, don't worry, the exhibition runs through 'til the 13th.

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Mary / February 3, 2015 at 11:08 pm
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Sorry I missed the poll, just found this pliugn today. It has potential to be the best calendar pliugn out there.It desperately needs recurring events. I build a lot of websites for nightclubs, bars, bands, etc and almost everything they do is recurring. Location and Google Map integration is a very close second. I like the sign-up feature capabilities, I have no personal use for it, but there may be a day and it's great that it's available.This is so far the best calendar pliugn and I can't wait for the update to it to allow recurring events so I can begin using it on client sites!Another option to think about is looking at the other largely used calendar pliugns and building import tools so people can easily switch over without having to reinput everything!Thanks again and looking forward to being able to use this in the future.

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