- 9:00 pm - 1:00 am | Saturday March 18, 2023
- The Lobby | Ace Hotel Toronto
ISO Radio’s been broadcasting full-spectrum sounds from their downtown Toronto base since 2019. The online community station hosts 50-plus rotating shows put on by a roving roster of DJs, producers, record labels, music journalists and general cultural provocateurs seeking to move the needle on the city’s music culture.
On Saturday nights the station returns to The Lobby for their weekly residency, bouncing between alternative R&B, classic house, hip-hop, amapiano, disco, future beats and everywhere in between and beyond.
Other events happening on Mar 18, 2023
Luck Comes Before Love – Sarah Nsikak in The Gallery at Gallery
Drawing from African proverbs and idioms, Nsikak borrows romance folkloric imagery from the many cultures she calls home. Using her material of choice, recycled fiber, her installation is a sensory experience, a quiet invitation which urges loud questions – chief amongst them: How can black women reclaim a softness they have been refused? About: Sarah Nsikak is a Nigerian-American artist and designer living the Hudson Valley of New York and working out of her Brooklyn studio. She is the…
The Gallery – GBA’s Extended Family with Duvernay Collective at Gallery
Around the corner and down Bond St., our neighbors Guilty By Association are building a digital bridge to empower the creative unseen, redistribute wealth and reengineer an antiquated system — art. This season, we are partnering with GBA for a trio of solo exhibitions featuring a selection of their artist kin. We’re calling it “Extended Family.” GBA and Ace Hotel Brooklyn’s “Extended Family” exhibition series culminates with a life-sized labor of love, a hand beaded wall tapestry by Duvernay Collective. The…
Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Toronto
A Conversation with Curtis Talwst Santiago at Form
COOPER COLE is pleased to present a conversation with Curtis Talwst Santiago in advance of his solo exhibition Moving through burning haze. This exhibition presents a series of recent works that pay respect to Santiago’s parents as familial teachers of Trinidadian traditions, depicting Trinidadian carnival, its celebratory practices, and related stories from a diasporic perspective. Moving through burning haze April 1 – May 13, 2023 COOPER COLE Curtis Talwst Santiago (b. 1979, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) studied as an apprentice of Lawrence Paul…
Shades at Evangeline
SHADES will focus on various sounds that pay homage to and push forward the underground dance culture coming from the likes of Chicago, Detroit, New York and beyond. Expect to hear classics and forward thinking House, Techno, Disco, and Club weaved together to keep your whole body grooving. RSVPs do not guarantee entry, it’s first come first served.