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February 22, 2014

Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts l Craig Street Cats’ Spay-Ghetti Dinner l Doug Edmond & Sweet Alibi l Kraken and Spirits and Beads - Mardi Gras

March 7, 7:00 pm
Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, Unit 1 - 460 Portage Avenue

Plug In ICA is pleased to present the opening reception of 
Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts. 
The reception is free, and all are welcome. 
The exhibition is organized around some of Moholy-Nagy’s key themes: sensory training, technology/modernity, production/reproduction, immersion/participation, art as information/information as art, and transparency/reflection/motion.

Sensing the Future considers the impact of technology today by exploring how it was addressed in the practice of the Hungarian polymath artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895 – 1946), a key figure in the history of Modernism. Moholy-Nagy is known for his work in traditional media such as painting and sculpture, but also in photography and film, as well as in stage and exhibition design, typography, and advertising. 

This short film, made by László Moholy-Nagy in 1930, is based on the shadow patterns created by his Light-Space Modulator. 

Curated by Oliver Botar, Sensing the Future combines historical artworks with works by contemporary artists from Canada, Europe and the United States. 

The artists included: Eduardo Aquino (Winnipeg); the team of Nike Arnold, Andreas Haus, Aline Helmcke, Frédéric Krauke and Walter Lenertz (Berlin); Naomi Claire (Baltimore); Lancelot Coar (Winnipeg); Olafur Eliasson (Berlin); Oskar Fischinger; Ken Gregory (Winnipeg); Patrick Harrop (Winnipeg); the team of Gottfried Jäger and Karl Martin Holzhäuser (Bielefeld); Eduardo Kac (Chicago); György Kepes; the team of Jörg U. Lensing, Gudula Schröder, Jürgen Steger, Thomas Neuhaus, Malou Airaudo and Sascha Hardt (Düsseldorf); Erika Lincoln (Winnipeg); Norman McLaren; the team of Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson, Bob Kotyk and Ryan Simmons (Winnipeg); Bernie Miller (Winnipeg); Lucia Moholy; Francisco Javier Navarro de Zuvillaga (Madrid); Freya Olafson (Winnipeg); István Sebök; and Peter Yeadon (New York).

Craig Street Cats - 5th Annual Spay-Ghetti Dinner
March 8, 2014
Deer Lodge Community Centre, 323 Bruce Avenue
Two sittings:
1st - Doors at 4:30 pm / Dinner 5 pm to 7 pm
2nd - Doors at 7 pm / Dinner 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Tickets: $12 for Adults & $6 for Kids (12 and under) are available at the Craig Street Cats Adoption Centre, 489 Madison or order online. 

Dinner includes: Salad, rolls, spaghetti/sauce, pop or coffee/tea, and dessert

MC: Frankie Hollywood from Energy 106 will be the MC for both sittings
Live Entertainment: Country Singer Jerry Sereda with an acoustic set. 

Confirmed Auction Prizes includes Movie Bonanza - 12 Cineplex gift certificates!

Interested in volunteering for this event? Sign-up online here.

Doug Edmond - Skipping Stones CD release with Sweet Alibi
March 8, 7:30 pm
The Rachel Browne Theatre, 211 Bannatyne

Come celebrate the release of Doug's new CD featuring: Alasdair Dunlop, bass; Rubin Kantorovich, guitar; Bill Spornitz, sax and producer Mitch Dorge, drums with special guest Sweet Alibi.

March 8, 8:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion, St. James Branch #4, 1755 Portage Avenue
Tickets $15 for adult, $8 for people under 16 yrs and free for under 12 yrs.

Kraken and Spirits and Beads, Oh My!!!  Come join the crew of the TAS Beagle as we travel through Time and Space to Mardi Gras 1928!!
Come dressed in your Steam Punk/ Mardi Gras finery!! Come taste the wonderful Mardi Gras foods and drinks. A King and a Queen will be chosen using the tradition of the King Cake. Masks are encouraged; a craft table will be available for on the spot creativity.

The plan is for a family event, so no nudity, please. 

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