Theatre Calgary’s stage might be dark at the moment, but they still want to reach out and share entertaining and meaningful content with Calgary and the world. TC Takeout provides artists an opportunity to share their talents with you, the audience! Tune in to learn more and check back regularly for fresh content.
Things have dramatically changed in the way we live, socialize, and enjoy life. For many, music is not an option—it is essential. That’s why Honens is gathering concerts you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. And with new content added regularly, be sure to check back for more great music.
An extension of Kandis Friesen’s postponed exhibition in storage, two video works are hosted in continuous loops; one consists of rhythmic text, the other a tableau vivant of an ancient oak tree in Ukraine. This exhibition in absentia becomes the new exhibition space for an indefinite extension of time.
Join TRUCK and Mountain Standard Time online to experience a series of installations by artist Jin-me Yoon. Untunnelling Vision is the culmination of site-specific research in combination with an artistic practice focused on the entanglements of militarism, tourism, and colonialism. Be sure to explore this interactive tour.
In this new incarnation of the BD&P Mystery Series, Vertigo Theatre uses the online podcast format to continue exploring the mystery genre, from literary classics through to contemporary true crime. The Vertigo experience extends beyond the walls of the theatre by bringing audio mysteries right into your home.
Starting as a thematic art challenge, the intent of this first ever virtual Contextural member exhibition was to keep members connected, engaged, and creative during the summer months. Members were asked to create an 8″ x 8″ work using any materials they had at hand.
#AtHomeWithKardia is a series of Instagram Live shows and sessions, and Wonder Wednesday showcases one audible artist with one visual artist simultaneously each week. The artists are carefully curated to complement each other, and every week offers exceptional talent and makes for a great, free online show!
An exhibition that explores the lives and art of prominent Alberta artists A.C. Leighton and Barbara Leighton, this story offers a unique insight into the rich artistic history of Southern Alberta through the Leighton Art Centre’s stories of adventure, creation, and community-building.
This free virtual concert series from the Instrumental Society of Calgary and Asylum for Art, seeks to help patients, their families, and healthcare workers reduce feelings of loneliness, provide an opportunity to connect over a shared experience, and assist in caring for their mental health during this difficult time.
In order to continue to share the work of artists exhibiting in the galleries of Arts Commons, a new virtual gallery platform has been launched that allows visitors to ‘walk’ the halls of Arts Commons and enjoy the art displayed there. The current exhibitions are available for viewing until spring 2021 so check it out.
Singer and songwriter Carolyn Harley hosts a one-hour Facebook Live show once a week, pulling songs from a long career of song writing to build a theme-based show that is light-hearted and interactive. Bring out your instrument, voice, and join in the singing each and every Tuesday morning. Tune in and check it out!
The Immigrant Council for Arts Innovation (ICAI) and The Bows presents works by RAZA, a newborn multi-medium art collective formed by South American artists Valentina and Laura Caraballo who seek to further their understandings of the self and world through art.
In the spring of 2020, various readings led artist Guillaume Adjutor Provost to think about a narrative performance intended for video. Provost delves into the theories of neo-feudalism, which emphasize the concentration of money and power in the 21st century.
ART at the Landing is a brand new interim fine art gallery. Featuring original paintings by local artists Brenda Banda Johnson, Holly Burghardt, and Terri Heinrichs. The gallery even features two additional Calgary based guest artists each month so be sure to check it out.
Julya Hajnoczky’s multidisciplinary practice seeks to question the complex relationship between humans and the natural world. Her work is currently featured at the Alberta Craft Gallery in person and online so be sure to check it out.
What do you get when you combine 31 local artists, 11 businesses, and one amazing app? The fourth annual Northern Reflections Window Exhibition, of course! The exhibition allows viewers to get outside, experience the magic of augmented reality, and support local artists, all while keeping it safe and socially distant.
A group exhibition featuring limited edition works by seven gallery artists, Editions combines the mediums of photography, printmaking, and video in both traditional and experimental forms. This show highlights a breadth of approach to editioned artwork so don’t miss it!
Conceived as a visual narrative and social commentary, Sharon Rose Kootenay explores the relationship between cultural practices, spiritual beliefs, and global concerns to link meaning encoded in historic beadwork design.
The Exposure Photography Festival returns for its 17th year with over 190 visual artists and exhibitions taking place both online and at various galleries and venues throughout the city. You can even catch a return of The Photoville FENCE exhibition, this year coming to Olympic Plaza.
Rocio Graham’s poignant photography is influenced by her passion for the botanical world, her cultural heritage, and identity as a woman and mother. Confronting the pandemic became an exploration of the landscape through mysticism and science.