Tuesday, Nov. 29

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Art by Wim Delvoye

Digital Spring launches a new 5à9 event at the CCA called Intersections, with Vol. 1 concentrating on “City & Digital: How the digital revolution transforms our cities.” Note that the presentation and panels in this edition will be conducted in French. See the list of panelists here. 1920 Baile, 5–9 p.m., $40/$15 students (drinks and appetizers included)

Old Montreal contemporary art gallery DHC/ART presents a vernissage for an exhibition of new works by challenging multidisciplinary Belgian artist Wim Delvoye, in which he explores current issues from globalization and political economy to consumerism and class issues through sculpture, drawing and video. 451 & 465 St-Jean, 5:30–8:30 p.m., free

Check out the vernissage for Lachine Canal: Past and Present & In Griffintown, an exhibition by Montreal artist G. Scott MacLeod at NDG’s Café Mercanti. Affiliated with the show is a Griffintown collection of MacLeod’s art on laptop, phone and tablet skins and pillows as well as prints and cards, as designed by Studio TagTeam (who, incidentally, design and lay out Cult MTL’s monthly publication). 6128 Monkland, 6–8 p.m., free

Griffintown’s Arsenal Gallery hosts another edition of Cultural Tuesday, collaborating this week with Danse Danse to feature a contemporary dance performance choreographed by Montreal artist Rhodnie Désir. 2020 William, 6–9 p.m., free

Restaurant, bar, live music venue and DJ spot En Cachette will be closing for good, but not before one last party. Expect a live set by Shaharah & Soulvation and more music by resident DJs Godfather D and Eazy El Dee. 1765 St-Denis, 7 p.m.–3 a.m., $10 until 11 p.m. (when live show is over)

From Victoria, B.C., singer-songwriter Kristian North is now based in Montreal — you may know him from the local art-punk band Babysitter — and tonight he teams up with Mothlight productions for a show to launch his psych-pop solo LP, New Sympathy (available digitally and on limited cassette). Openers are Fountain, Drones Club (the band) and Eccinaccea. Casa del Popolo (4873 St-Laurent), 10 p.m., $8/PWYC

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