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Please join us on Friday, November 22 at 7pm for a 16mm screening of Kay Armatage's 1987 film, 'Artist on Fire: The Work of Joyce Wieland.'This screening will be held in collaboration with FRAMES film series in support of the upcoming print issue of Femme Art Review. Admission: $5 or by donation.Artist on Fire: The Work of Joyce WielandKay Armatage | Canada | 1987 | colour | 54 minutespresented with the filmmaker's permission  

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Come join us on November 12th at 7pm for the opening reception of one of our favourite London artists, Antony Hare. Works by Antony will be on display and for sale at the bookshop. We are very excited and honoured to have Antony's work available here during this exhibition. So please come out and say hello to one of London's best!Antony Hare is an illustrator and animator whose work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, MR. PORTER, The New Yorker, and The New York Times.

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Come through and experience London’s first ever PUNFEST!What is PunFest?PunFest is a pun competition (and direct descendent of events like Punderdome) where competitors sign up to pun their heads off in front of a live audience filled with fans of witty wordplay and cringeworthy puns!As acclaimed author Victor Hugo--genius behind such titles as Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame--once said, “Puns are the droppings of soaring wits.” And we plan on honouring his brilliance with the best (or worst) puns imaginable.When/Where/Additional Details?PunFest will take place on Saturday, October 26th at Brown & Dickson Booksellers; located at 567 Richmond...

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Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM Join us to celebrate the publication of Kevin Heslop's (self-described) laboriously titled poetry chapbook with performances by Síle Englert, Jenny Berkel, Derek Boswell and the author. Derek Boswell is a social documentary photographer from London, Ontario whose work explores themes of the Anthropocene; documenting the threshold between natural and built spaces, and the latent residue of human action. Derek is currently an undergraduate-thesis student in psychology. Síle Englert is a poet, fiction writer and multidisciplinary artist who dabbles in everything from knitting to tattoo design. She is the author of Threadbare, a...

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A most terrifying event returns to the Forest City at a spooky time of year! It's THE BAD ART FESTIVAL!Join us October 19th for a celebration of awful artmaking in support of LondonFuse, the publication defining the culture of London, Ontario by telling its stories.From 1:00pm to 5:00pm, pop by to check out and bid on gloriously bad art pieces, and make some art of your own at our artmaking station. Further surprises to be announced! Admission for the afternoon portion is free!From 7:00pm to 9:00pm, partake in a performance of awful poetry and other live creative imaginings. Admission for...

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