The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery presents, as part of its In Conversation series, a discussion with Andrew Hunter (curator of Canadian art at the Art Gallery of Ontario) and Paul Butler (curator of contemporary art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery). The two men will be talking about their own curatorial approaches, as well as the Power Plant’s current exhibition, Micah Lexier’s “One, and Two, and More than Two,” which features over a hundred collaborators.
There are musical improv shows from time to time in Toronto, and usually they involve a musical accompanist on a keyboard. But an orchestra? Golden Ages promises “a musical that has never been seen before, and will never be seen again.” Inspired by Broadway classics like Pal Joey and Oklahoma, this one-night-only affair will feature a half-dozen musicians and a cast of eight singing improvisers, including Ashley Botting, Kris Siddiqi, and Kirsten Rasmussen.