Going Out

Momos Pop-up | Korean art | Cottagers & Indians


Momo Spot pop-up
This team of momo-makers has been popping up at markets and festivals since it launched at a fundraiser for victims of the Nepal earthquake of 2016. With the cooler weather comes pop-up season for the Momo Spot; this time they are partnering with Oh My Cheesecakes, so you can get your salty and sweet fix in one place.
Free
4 p.m. – 10 p.m., Sat., Nov. 23
Good Eats Cafe, 473 Albert St.

A Great King’s Desk (Oil on Linen 97 x130 cm) 2018. By Nam Kyung Min

One Inspiration at Gallery 101 and the Korean Cultural Centre
Gallery 101 has teamed up with The Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Cultural Centre to present a wide-ranging exhibit of work by ten Korean artists.

“The exhibition aims to promote the aesthetics of Korean tradition¬†and to locate the roots of contemporary Korean art in traditional culture.
Bridging the past, present and future, traditional Korean culture provides artists with boundless sources of ideas.”¬†

Free
Opening at the Korean Cultural Centre, 150 Elgin St., 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m., Fri., Nov. 22
Opening at Gallery 101, 280 Catherine St., 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., Sat., Nov. 23
Exhibit runs until Feb. 14, 2020 at both locations

Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

Cottagers & Indians at GCTC
Drew Hayden Taylor is well-known for his ability to infuse political debate with humour, and his latest play is no different. Cottagers & Indians tells the (true) story of a confrontation between a cottage owner and an Indigenous man whose ancestors once harvested rice in cottage country. Expect honesty, empathy, and plenty of laughs.
$42 (discounts for students and seniors)
Nov. 26 – Dec. 15; see website for show times
Great Canadian Theatre Company, 1233 Wellington St. W.