Lady Gaga getting a David Bowie tattoo over the weekend, ahead of her tribute performance at tonight’s Grammys
Anti-Consumerism Week at Concordia begins today with talks, workshops and a film screening. See the details and complete programming for the week here.
As part of Black History Month, student radio station CKUT is teaming up with the Black Students’ Network of McGill to offer a full day of Afrocentric programming called Black Talk 2016 including discussions on black women rappers, hip hop, hair, mental and sexual health in black communities, and much more. CKUT 90.3 FM, 11 a.m.–midnight, free
Concordia welcomes Brooklyn-based artist Maria Hupfield (member of Ontario’s Wasauksing First Nation) for “Pursuit of a Living Library,” an artist talk connecting archives, oral histories and community-building actions to Indigenous experiences and art-making practices. Visual Arts Building #323, 1395 René-Lévesque W., 12:30 p.m., free
Head to la Passe for an evening of folk, ambient and improvised music featuring the Bombadils plus violin-harp duo Thanya Iyer and Sarah Pagé and a brass ensemble led by trombonist Felix Del Tredici. 1214 de la Montagne, 7 p.m., $7–$10 PWYC
Bar le Ritz is screening a movie that’s widely regarded as one of the best films (or at least one of the best sci-fi films) of all time: Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece Blade Runner (The Final Cut), starring Harrison Ford, Sean Young and Rutger Hauer. 179 Jean-Talon W., 8 p.m., PWYC ($1–$5, to cover copyright fees)