Live on-the-spot production in hip hop is a beautiful thing to witness. You may have caught names like Araabmuzik, Jeremy Ellis, Kanye West (on rare occasion) or even more recent multi-instrument production by France’s FKJ, but Toronto has a gem of a live pads producer of our own who goes by the name Fresh Kils . Sunday, August 19 at 2pm McMichael Gallery will feature the charismatic Toronto based producer and engineer, who has literally toured the globe with is live production skills, in conversation with Big Tweeze.
A ticket to the talk & performance will also provide full access to the gallery which includes a visual tribute to Canadian hip hop through the photography exhibition Everything Remains Raw: Photographing Toronto’s Hip Hop Culture from Analogue to Digital. The McMichael Gallery features over 6,500 artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Métis, IInuit and contemporary artists. Pick up tickets for this special Sunday engagement with Fresh Kils.
SPECIAL ADMISSION DEAL: get 2-for-1 admission to the gallery featuring Everything Remains Raw by using the code ERR2for1 at the McMichael admissions desk.
What: Acoustic Conversations: Fresh Kils
Where: McMichael Canadian Art Collection (10365 Islington, Kleinburg). ON L0J 1C0
When: Sunday, August 19 2018 at 2 pm.
Admission: Get your ticket online at McMichael Website.
Downtown folks, jump on the (return) shuttle bus to McMichael Gallery leaving from the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival headquarters at 80 Spadina Ave. (available every Sunday from June 10 to October 28 departing at 10:30am). Grab your art bus and bus/gallery combo tickets