Three to See Thursday: Gallery District art show, film about film and coffee music

Linus Woods’ Urban Coyote, acryclic on canvas, 48″ x 72″. Linus Woods

Our Many Paths: A collective exhibition across seven galleries on 124 Street is celebrating cultural differences. The best part of heritage is the living traditions that still operate in personal lives and lives of communities. Artists include Jane Ash Poitras, Linus Woods, Peter Shostak, Dez Edwards, Kritsana Naowakhun, Barbara Hirst, Tim Okamura, Aboud Salman and Andrew Salgado.

Barbara HIrt’s La Garda Morning at Bugera Matheson Gallery.

Barbara Hirst / supplied

Details: 5 p.m. opening at Bearclaw Gallery, Bugera Matheson Gallery, Front Gallery, Lando Gallery, Peter Robertson Gallery, Scott Gallery and West End Gallery (all around 124 Street south of Stony Plain Road), no charge

Have You Seen My Movie? (2016): Drawing on clips from hundreds of films, filmmaker Paul Anton Smith recalls the myriad ways in which movies have been publicly exhibited, from opulent movie palaces to drive-ins and seedy porn theatres.

Details: 6:45 p.m. at Metro Cinema (8712 109 St.), $13 at

Sweet Vintage Rides: That’s so funny, I was walking by Lui-Chi’s Café at night a couple weeks ago and thought there was a wedding going on — turns out it was a music video shoot for Sweet Vintage Rides, recently nominated for an Edmonton Music Award. Anyway, you can find this video for Dirty Eyes on YouTube, or better yet come watch them play Thursday morning at the same café, part of Lui-Chi’s weekly music series. No dogs were harmed in the making of this organic, wood-roasted, whiskey-barrel-aged coffee.

Details: 9 a.m. at Lui-Chi’s (10020 101A Ave.), no charge (for the music)