Arts and Entertainment briefs for the week of Nov. 21

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By Caitlin Martella

Ryerson Gallery’s Annual Print Show and Sale will take place Nov. 29 to Dec. 15. Drop off a maximum of three signed, matted and framed prints to the Mira Godard Study Centre in the Image Arts building or the Ryerson Gallery (80 Spadina Ave.) by Nov. 23, at 5 p.m. Profits from the sale will be split between the artist and the gallery. Profits from the auction will be donated to the gallery. Profits from the auction will be donated to the gallery. Contact the Ryerson Gallery at (416) 703-2235, info@ryersongallery.ca or www.ryersongallery.ca.

Students for Literacy, who work with underprivileged children, will hold a fundraiser on Nov. 22 at Bamboo (312 Queen St. W.) starting at 8 p.m. The evening will include performances by the Samba Squad, a troupe of 20 musicians performing samba-based carnival rhythms, and CKLN’s DJ Zahra, spinning South Asian, house and reggae. Cover is $6 for students. Profits from the fundraiser will go towards Students for Literacy and the Ryerson community. For more information contact ryersonstudent4literacy@hotmail.com.

The 3rd Annual Continuing Education Film Awards will be screened Nov. 23 at 7 p.m., in the School of Image Arts’ soundstage. Eleven films have been nominated from 80 submissions. Six awards will be given out in screen writing, production design and business film categories to students in all three levels of the film course. All of the films are under 10 minutes long and admission is free.

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