This last weekend we painted out the chroma-key green on our walls and floor. The gallery now echoes the mid-80s, when the Pitt moved to 36 Powell Street and the basement was made into a black gallery.
We’re keeping one wall white for upcoming screenings — watch our social media, or add your name to our mailing list, and we’ll keep you updated. But there are a couple of things coming up fast that you should know about:
- Jamey Braden: SHE ________ THE ________ opens on May 18, the Thursday before the May long weekend, at 8pm. We’ll have a guest performance at the opening, details TBA.
- The Spectre of Fascism Free School series continues on Thursday May 11 at the Pitt with Sanem Güvenç-Salgırlı, and Wednesday May 17 at Selectors Records with Am Johal.
We’re also screening one of our favourite film noir movies in the monitor in our front window for the next two weeks: The Hitch-Hiker, directed by Ida Lupino. Video runs continuously, with sound playing between 11 and 7 daily. And it’s dark. Very dark. Like our floors.