10 things to check out in the arts world this week (NSN Top 10 playlist)

The Cinematheque opens a mid-career retrospective of the brilliant Argentine auteur Lucrecia Martel tonight with the Vancouver premiere of her latest work, Zama, about an 18th century Spanish bureaucrat stuck on the far edge of the civilized world waiting to be transferred elsewhere..

Former Tomahawk Restaurant dishwasher Bryan Adams kicks off Canadian summer tour with West Coast dates including June 6 show at Rogers Arena.
Pretty Woman: The Musical opens on Broadway July 20 featuring music Adams wrote with Jim Vallance. Bryan Adams - "Summer of '69" (Live At Wembley, 1996).

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The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is screening three of the classic works by pioneering French filmmaker Georges Méliès. A Trip to the Moon (1902), The Astronomer’s Dream (1898), and The Eclipse (1907) will be shown in the Planetarium Star Theatre on June 7 starting at 7:30 p.m., accompanied by a live original score by musician Owen Connell.

This week in 1980 the Haida community celebrated the completion of Bill Reid’s masterpiece, The Raven and the First Men, at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology. Capilano University instructor George Rammell was part of the team that assisted Reid in creating the sculpture. Bill Reid playlist.

North Shore filmmaker Marie Clements (The Road Forward) will receive the B.C. Impact Award at Vancouver Women in Film’s Spotlight Awards on June 19 for her work. Clements, a Canadian Métis playwright, performer, director, producer and screenwriter, just finished shooting her first dramatic feature, Red Snow, for CBC TV.

The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in North America on June 2, 1967, a week after it was launched in the U.K. The Beatles - "A Day In The Life."

Video released this week of Jon Hopkins’ “Luminous Beings,” from Singularity, his new album, out now on Domino Record Co. Hopkins plays the Imperial in Vancouver with special guest Leon Vynehall on Sunday, Sept.  23, 9 p.m. Advance tickets $24.50 (plus appl. s/c). Available online, Red Cat Main St., Red Cat Hastings St. and Zulu Records.

Panic! At The Disco cover Dua Lipa’s "IDGAF" in the BBC Radio One Live Lounge on May 29. New album, Pray for the Wicked, comes out June 22 via Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Records. The band play Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Saturday, Aug. 11 with Hayley Kiyoko and ARIZONA.

San Francisco-based jazz vocalist Jacqui Naylor performs at Frankie’s Jazz Club tonight and Saturday, June 2. She covered the STones' "Miss You" on her Shelter album.

Yuno performed “No Going Back” live in the studio at WFUV Public Radio earlier this month. The track is the first single off his debut Sub Pop album, Moodie, set for digital release on June 15. He will perform in Vancouver on Aug. 31 opening for Superorganism at the Imperial.

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