The DJ Who Gave Too Much Information

PME-ARTNo pick of the the day today. Instead, here’s a heads up about the latest presentation in Curtain Razors’ Moveable Feast series. In the past few years, the Regina company headed by Michele Sereda has presented projects like Eat the Street where children pulled an Aidan Morgan and wrote dining reviews, and Haircuts By Children where kids were installed in an actual salon to cut and style people’s hair.

Montreal-based PME-ART is the group behind this project in the Moveable Feast series. They’re being co-hosted in Regina by Curtain Razors and the Dunlop Art Gallery. The performance goes at Central Library on Friday at 7 p.m. Like DJs, PME-ART will be spinning records, but they’ll also take the opportunity with each song they play to tell a story as a way of exploring the relationship between music and our lives — both as individuals, and as part of broader society.

That performance will be followed by a listening party at Central Library on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 2:30-4 p.m. where people will be invited to bring their own records to play. For more information call 306-757-5391 or visit the Curtain Razors website.

Author: Gregory Beatty

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