This exhibition features numerous instruments used by the band, a selection of personal items, concert footage, and behind-the-scenes photos. The gallery includes a 20 ft. video wall and has been outfitted with a full stage display with many of the band’s outfits and customized instruments
Located in Calgary’s oldest public park, The Farmers & Makers Market takes place every Wednesday among the beautiful gardens and water features of Central Memorial Park. Each week, you’ll find 45+ local farms and producers, ready-to-eat food, live music and their free, drop-in kids arts & culture program.
The Lougheed House summer exhibition brings together Tyler J. Stewart’s Hearing Home, an audio exhibit with listening stations throughout the house, and Seeing Home, a re-interpretation of objects from the collection by members of the Lougheed House Re-Imagined Community Advisory Committee.
A weekly outdoor farmers market featuring over 30 vendors, food trucks, live music and kids activities. This year they are also launching the Locally Grown Concert Series featuring awesome local bands. Head over for the vendors, great food and music but stay for the absolute best vibes!
Live music on Stephen Avenue! Featuring talented folk from all walks of life, expect music that will warm your heart and broaden your horizons. Powered by Stagehand in partnership with Downtown Calgary, they’re working with local artists to bring performance and vitality to the Avenue.
Make your commute a little bit different! Drop by Century Gardens every Tuesday to take in some special local music. Enjoy the sun, frolic in the splash pool, have a dance if you’re feeling it!
Join Kiyooka Ohe Art Centre on Saturday afternoons for a tour of their monumental outdoor sculpture collection, situated within a 20-acre park of landscaped grasslands and woodlands, encourages viewers to get up close with art amid a beautiful, protected, natural sanctuary that KOAC visitors can engage with.
Throughout September, The Colouring it Forward Reconciliation Society (CIFRS) is partnering with Sparrow Artspace to take reconciliation into ACTION with an exhibition, workshops, community art project, and gift shop at leading up to their Fifth Annual Pokaiks — The Children Orange Shirt Day Walk.
Bruno Canadien presents new mixed media work that documents and catalogues his walking practice and land art in the Sheep River watershed of southern Alberta. Informed by his Dene and Scottish heritage, walking is traditional is cultural resilience and continuity in action.
The Ways of Making artist cohort at National accessArts Centre are a group of artists actively learning about Indigenous peoples, history and culture. The artists have been working with guest faculty to explore various themes. Check out their group exhibition!
Windows into Clematis: Uniting through Art is a collection of collaborative works that respond to Rotary Park. Four galleries will showcase pieces that address concepts of isolation, exploration of identity, the impact of our environment on mental health, and our connection to each other.
The Alberta Society of Artists is proud to present the group exhibition Artist’s Choice featuring current work by their juried & life Members. This exhibition features a variety of media and formats and provides a window into contemporary art practice in Alberta. Don’t miss it!
Artist Lisa Brawn has recreated a bespoke Las Vegas boulevard populated with one, two, and three-word poems. They are fragments lifted from the swirl of topical ephemera and superimposed with the cognitive dissonance and suspended disbelief of contemporary doublethink. Catch this exhibition with guest artist Chris Cran!
In this exhibition, Anahita Norouzi’s examines the legacies of botanical explorations, when scientific research and agricultural production became entangled in the exploitation of non-Western geographies, shaping cultural attitudes towards the human and non-human other. Make sure to check it out!
Norberg Hall is pleased to open it’s Fall 2023 season with Picture Window, a debut exhibition by artist Richard Brown. This exhibition poses paradoxical questions about what can be known or seen, and what remains deeply unknowable, incomprehensible, and that which is unseen. Check it out!
Artist Hazel Litzgus captivates the hearts of Albertans with her charming and nostalgic folk images of early Alberta life. Born on a farm near Lloydminister, Alberta, her paintings give us a glimpse of her many recollections of early rural and small town life on the Alberta Prairies.
Entropia is an exhibition ten years in the making by Calgary artist, Angela Inglis. Enter the gallery and become immersed in a reconfigured world of evocative watercolour paintings spanning the genres of landscape, seascapes, figurative and portraiture. Be sure not to miss it!
Newzones Gallery presents Languorous; a solo exhibition of work by Canadian contemporary painter Anda Kubis. These paintings coalesce immediate swipes of the brush, modulated fields, blurs, and rich radiating layers of colour. They are vivid realizations of time spent in and around the studio.
CARRIE the Musical is coming! This contemporary, revamped version of the 1988 musical of the same name follows Carrie White, a young woman who discovers she has telekinetic powers. Carrie is relentlessly bullied at school and terrorized by her over protective mother at home. Get your tickets!
Centering issues related to mapping, imaging systems, and ecological crisis, this exhibition brings together a selection of recent works. A number of participatory projects will run parallel to the gallery exhibition, primarily taking part online and in participants’ individual locales. Check it out!