aAron munson with his collaboration with Mark Pritchard Under the Sun at Dyscorpia, which runs through May 11 at Enterprise Square.
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Dyscorpia opening reception: Dyscorpia is an exhibition gathering artists and thinkers in visual art, design, contemporary dance, medical humanities, virtual reality, sound creation, computer science, and creative writing in order to question what it means not to know the limits of our bodies. Dyscorpia is not science-fiction. Dyscorpia is historical time and biological time entangled. It forces past and future in a deadlock, so the present can be squeezed inside out for you to see. This show is stunning and full of explorations — many quite inspiring — of the tension we all feel from a world we’re having trouble recognizing. One of your last chances to see this incredible gallery space, P.S., as word is it’s being converted to offices.Details: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Enterprise Square Galleries (10230 Jasper Ave.), no charge Jeff Sylvester’s Sum of Its Parts: One of Edmonton’s great designer-painters, the common element in this body of work, whether subtly placed or entirely featured on their own, are the groupings of birds. They make their way across the sky as one cohesive unit, morphing into seemingly choreographed shapes and patterns. These murmurations symbolize our sense of community and the ability to become more than our own individual sums; to work and transform as a group. If you missed Thursday’s opening, the show is up through May 15 in one of Edmonton’s most beautiful commercial galleries.
Jeff Sylvester’s show Sum of Its Parts runs at The Front Gallery through May 15.
Details: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at The Front Gallery (10402 124 St.), free admission CAM Program Spring Concert: Edmonton’s next generation of rockers strut their stuff in a sneak preview of their covers and original songs we’ll be seeing at the Edmonton Rock Music Festival Aug. 16-17 at Hawrelak Park, headlined by Rick Springfield. CAM stands for Centre for Arts and Music, which supports young musicians in the early stages of their onstage careers. These shows are always authentic, funny and beautiful, and donations to the worthy non-profit are always appreciated. If you’re looking for a little hope for the future …
The CAM Program Spring Concert starts at 1 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi School Saturday.