By Rachel Woodward, March 14 2017 —
From March 13–17, the Faith & Spirituality Centre (FSC) is hosting various events to celebrate Pluralism & Religious Diversity Week. One of these events — the What I Be Project — intends to … Read the rest
By Rachel Woodward, March 7 2017 —
While University of Calgary student Andrea Rizzuti is no stranger to the campus arts community, she will step out into the broader art world with her first exhibition outside of the campus environment.… Read the rest
By Fernando Moreno, January 31 2017 —
On Feb. 2, the PARTICLE + WAVE Media Arts Festival presented by EMMEDIA will begin throughout Calgary. Originally founded in 2012, the five-day festival is a tribute to media arts across Canada and … Read the rest
By Rachel Woodward, January 17 2017 —
In 2009, Shary Boyle and Shuvinai Ashoona exhibited together at the University of Toronto. The pair have since collaborated across Canada. Boyle, located in Toronto and Ashoona, based in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, will … Read the rest
By Gurman Sahota, January 10 2016 —
Produced by One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre, the High Performance Rodeo will return for another season of eclectic performances at various locations across the city from Jan. 5 – Feb. 2.
Created specifically … Read the rest
By Hayden McBennett, November 29 2016 —
With the holiday season fast approaching, the Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art is bringing back the beloved Calgary tradition of Deck the Walls, a culmination of art that will cover the walls.
This … Read the rest
By Rachel Woodward, May 19 2016 —
Michael Trommer, a Toronto-based sound and video artist, will showcase his new sonic art installment, Spectral Sound System, in the +15s surrounding the Alberta Theatre Projects building until the end of August.
Initially … Read the rest
By Rachel Woodward, November 3 2015 —
Spoken word poetry thrives in Calgary, with numerous events showcasing poets throughout the city. Some are competitive readings known as “slams,” while others welcome speakers in a non-competitive environment.
Woolf’s Voices fits in … Read the rest
By Danielle Kim, October 27 2015 —
As the Glenbow Museum’s latest artist-in-residence, Canadian designer Paul Hardy draws on society’s intricate relationship with animals to create Kaleidoscopic Animalia. Hardy’s curatorial guidance brings everything from steeple-chasing mannequins dressed in elaborate gowns … Read the rest