Central & Remote: February 3rd – 5th

 A round up of the best/weirdest things to do this weekend in Toronto…

Friday February 3rd

Blurring the lines between abstract and representational painting, Toronto artist Anders Oinonen will have this first solo showing, People People,  at the newly reworked Cooper Cole gallery (1161 Dundas St W). At once intense and gradated colours show anthropomorphic landscapes, Oinonen’s works pull the viewer in, drawn initially to the colour fields, where with time facial features reveal themselves. Oinonen holds a Masters in Fine Art and has exhibited in galleries and museums across North America. His work is in the collections of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and the Canada Council Art Bank.

Opening reception will be held on Friday from 6 – 10PM, the show runs until the 26th.

Johnny Dowd at the Silver Dollar Room

Juicy J at the Opera House

Young Empires at Horseshoe

Christian D and the Hangover w/The Blue Demons and Aunt Beazy at Sneaky Dee’s

Scissors at Bar Neon

Armenian Youth Festival

Keep in Touch Valentines Party at Augusta House

Lynzie Kent’s “Something Wild” CD Release Party

Screening The Ponzi Scheme at the Projection Booth

Saturday February 4th

With the Constantines on hiatus lead vocalist/guitarist Bry Webb has released a solo album, Provider,  this past November, done a duet with Feist on her latest album Metals, as well as continued work with the Harbourcoats.

Webb will be playing two shows at the Music Gallery this Saturday with Wyrd Visions, a 7PM show and a 9:30PM show.

the Cab and the Summerset at the Mod Club

Fashawn at the Rivoli

Juno concert series at the Horseshoe

This Will Destroy You at Lee’s Palace

Toronto Roller Derby at Downsview

Sonorous & Ritual Present Audio at the Basement

CaribbeanTales Youth Film Festival

Sneak Peek Orchestra “Dreams of Flying “ at St. Gabriel’s Passionist Parish

inBetween 80’s Dance Party at Disgraceland

Scientists of Sound and Tupperware Remix Party at the Garrison

Free Yoga and Relaxation Class in the Distillery District

Sunday February 5th

Schubertiad: The Composer Contemplates & Twitters

Big Screen, Big Game! at the Projection Booth

GANTZ – film screening at Japanese-Canadian Cultural Center

Love & Rummage Trunk Show 4 at the Workroom

Web research skills for activists and independent journalists

Darcy Michael at The Flying Beaver Pubaret

Some girl’s 24th birthday party

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About Yuli Scheidt

Yuli was born at the exact moment in 1986 when the Challenger Space Shuttle exploded and rained down on the ocean. As a child she believed this meant she was destined for greatness in the realm of space travel and radioastronomy. Nothing remotely as awesome as that has happened so far. Instead Yuli, at the age of 18, relocated from Calgary to Ottawa where she studied photography, life sciences and graphic design before moving to Toronto. [More by Yuli]