Do Animals Cry @ Harbourfront Centre World Stage. One of Europe’s most celebrated choreographers, Meg Stuart brings her company Damaged Goods and their latest performance-an exploration of the relationship between parents and children.
The Artist Project @ Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place. A meeting ground for artists, collectors, and enthusiasts. Purchase directly from independent artists, or just stroll around taking it all in. theartistprojecttoronto.com
MARCH 5th & 6th
Amazing Women’s Day Toronto 2010 @ Hilton Suites Toronto/Markham Conference Centre, 8500 Warden Ave. In honour of International Women’s Day, a program of connection, collaboration, transformation and celebration. For more details, and to register: http://www.amazingwomansdaytoronto.com/
7 pm Broke: Photos from Post-Quake Haiti @ 52 McCaul St. Nick Kozack’s images from Haiti, with sounds by A Man Called Warwick. Proceeds to CARE Canada.
7 pm An Intimate Evening with Damien Atkins @ Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St. Come support the world’s oldest and largest queer theatre, with this one-night-only fundraiser. If you are unable to attend, why not benefact a queer youth to experience the evening? $100. www.artsexy.ca
11 am The Chosen Ones @ 107Shaw Gallery, 107 Shaw St. They’re promising lots of guys stuff this time, with winter stuff on sale. Runs until 6 pm on Sunday
3 pm Heineken-Behind The Lens @ CONTACT Gallery, 8- Spadina Suite 310. Explore the photography of Sammy Baloji, who captured images of the landscape of Lakasi. RSVP tp firstname.lastname@example.org
6 pm Creating A Culture of Nature Connection @ Toronto: Tranformational Learning Centre, OISE, University of Toronto, 252 Bloor St. W. Mark Morey, of the Institute for Natural Learning, speaks about how to connect with nature in your community.
6 pm Oscars @ Drake @ The Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen St. W. $5 glasses of champagne-the only way to toast. 416-531-5042, ext. 1 to reserve a table.