February is a great time to be a visual arts lover in Calgary. With festivals like Exposure and PARTICLE + WAVE there’s so much to see and do. It’s going to be a great month!
Bringing together developmentally disabled and non-disabled artists, In-Definite Art Society and Studio Y Creations have teamed up to explore shared ideas in this fun arts exchange.
A new year is a great time to recharge, refocus and refresh. And a great way to do that is to get out there and experience something new! January brings a great lineup of fresh visual arts programming.
It might be snowy and cold out but that just means it’s a great time to grab a cup of coffee from Ca’Puccini and go on a tour of the various visual and media arts on display at Arts Commons.
December is a busy time of year but a good way to stay on top of everything is to take some time out to enjoy the simple things. A great way to do just that is to explore an art gallery, or three!
With silkscreen prints featuring the work of Omar Badrin, Jo-Anne Balcaen, and Lisa Lipton, visual arts fans won’t want to miss this upcoming fundraiser for The New Gallery.
It’s a busy season of mingling, planning, and shopping. Arts and crafts take centre stage between now and mid-December with over 75 shows, sales and markets taking place in and around Calgary.
Although the weather is cooling down, visual arts are on fire with another month of amazing exhibitions. From lots of in-depth programming at Glenbow to smaller seasonal shows, there’s a ton to check out.
Written and performed by James Luna, this performative piece tells the story of Ishi, an Indigenous man who walked into a California town and was kept as a living specimen.