Urban Planner: May 8, 2012
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Urban Planner: May 8, 2012

In today's Urban Planner: get a tour of the exhibit Lynne Cohen: Nothing is Hidden with Barr Gilmore and get your fill of music with Mammoth Grave, Patti Cake, Goodnight, Daybreak Gentlemen, and Gabrielle Papillon.

Gabrielle Papillon. Photo courtesy of the performer.

PHOTOGRAPHY: The Design Exchange is hosting a series of photography and architecture/urban design/interior design talks and events this month and next in recognition of the CONTACT Photography Award Exhibition. Today’s exhibition walk-through will be led by Barr Gilmore, who is the exhibition and book designer for Lynne Cohen: Nothing is Hidden. Design Exchange (234 Bay Street), 6:30 p.m., $10 (FREE for DX members).

MUSIC: Get your fix of new artists at Dave Bookman’s Nu Music Nite at the Horseshoe. This week’s edition features Mammoth Grave, Toronto rockers Patti Cake, Los Angeles–based pop rockers The Goodnight (formerly Goodnight Sunrise), and Waterloo’s pop indie rock band, Daybreak Gentlemen. Horseshoe Tavern (370 Queen Street West), 9:10 p.m., FREE.

MUSIC: East coast folk singer Gabrielle Papillon’s cross-country tour makes a stop in Toronto tonight. The singer is promoting her latest work The Currency of Poetry, while embarking on her fourth coast to coast tour. Papillon will be joined on stage by Corinna Rose & Brie Neilson Trio with Mary Milne. The Piston (937 Bloor Street West), 10 p.m., FREE.

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